Montreal - Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program is in full swing at EBS. The Cycle 3 students worked very hard to complete their projects about bees. They took an interest in the bees because they wanted to know more about the hive that has been installed on the roof. They incorporated the five components of STEAM and created projects to inform other students about everything from the anatomy of a bee to the important role bees play in our environment. Caiden Finch and other members of his group created an iMotion movie and used the Green Screen to explain the swarming of bees. Another group made a beautiful diorama to explain the important position held by the Queen bee. Other students presented topics that were both creative and informative. Caiden expressed to his teacher that it was really a fun project and a creative way to learn. Some of the students were chosen to go to the EMSB offices on November 21 to share their projects, and at the same time sell the honey that was produced by the EBS hive!

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