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Mobile Discovery Center visits Wheaton Christian

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  • Fifth-graders, Izi Smith, Sam Davis and Kyle Wesbury discover how shocking static electricity can be during a recent visit by the Mobile Discovery Center, which travels in an 18-wheeler and recently visited Wheaton Christian Grammar School in Winfield to provide science demonstrations for students in its mobile classroom. The Mobile Discovery Center bus is sponsored by the National Science Center and the U.S. Army and offers presentations to demonstrate that studying science, technology and math can be fun. For a video of one of the demonstrations, check out dailyherald.com.

       Fifth-graders, Izi Smith, Sam Davis and Kyle Wesbury discover how shocking static electricity can be during a recent visit by the Mobile Discovery Center, which travels in an 18-wheeler and recently visited Wheaton Christian Grammar School in Winfield to provide science demonstrations for students in its mobile classroom. The Mobile Discovery Center bus is sponsored by the National Science Center and the U.S. Army and offers presentations to demonstrate that studying science, technology and math can be fun. For a video of one of the demonstrations, check out dailyherald.com.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • The Mobile Discovery Center, which travels around in an 18-wheeler, recently visited Wheaton Christian Grammar School in Wheaton.

       The Mobile Discovery Center, which travels around in an 18-wheeler, recently visited Wheaton Christian Grammar School in Wheaton.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

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The Mobile Discovery Center, which travels in an 18-wheeler, recently visited Wheaton Christian Grammar School in Winfield to provide science demonstrations for students. The Mobile Discovery Center bus is sponsored by the National Science Center and the U.S. Army and offers presentations to demonstrate that studying science, technology and math can be fun.

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