Christmas time at Avocado Elementary School at Homestead Florida.
Exploring the Internet.
Using the Internet for group research.
"Every proton always has an electron around it and every neutron is powerless." -Andrea
"I want to know where they're located." -Autumn
"What do atoms do?" -Abbey
"What are atoms for?" -Jennifer
"What are they made of?" -Robert
"How big are they?" -Alex
"They're really tiny." -Michael
"They're different colors." -Jenna
"Some are bigger than the other ones." -Natasha
"The little electrons are in different places." -Amanda C.
"If you put protons and neutrons togehter you get the atomic weight." -Daniel
"How many atoms are there altogether?" -Patrick
"How were they created?" -Brandon
"Where do you find atoms?" -Loralyn
"Is our blood made out of atoms?" -Jackie
"They're everywhere." -Gabriel
"They have an atomic weight and an atomic number." -Jessica
"Why are the protons, neutrons, and electrons different?" -Jorge
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