Students Enjoy a Hands-on Science Class at the MIT Museum


Not too long ago, students from several classrooms at the May Center School in Randolph, Mass., took a trip to the MIT Museum. The students toured the kinetic sculpture gallery where they were able to press a pedal or turn a crank and put artist and engineer Arthur Ganson's machines into motion.  
After seeing the kinetic sculptures, students participated in the “Make to Move” Workshop. It gave them the opportunity to build their own moving creations while learning all about simple machines, physics, and science.
Many thanks to art teacher Jenn Vanora for organizing this really fun and cool field trip!


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