The students in Morah Frumit Fruchtzweig’s class have been enjoying the Wacky Science projects that they have been doing each week during STEM time. In addition to the many skills that they are working on, the students get to work on key executive functioning skills like looking at the whole picture and breaking things down into smaller parts.

They are required to help plan for the activity, including making lists of the items they need, retrieving them from the correct location, and setting up the activity. It is always exciting for them to actively participate in the science activities, watching things explode and come to life!