P.S. 254 Dag Hammarskjold
JOHN NORTON, I.A. PRINCIPAL
1801 AVENUE Y, BROOKLYN, NY 11235Phone: 718-743-0890
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Seconds graders have become fascinated with the earth’s water cycle. If you’d like to know more about water vapor, steam, condensation or evaporation, drop by any second grade classroom. The students will be happy to share their newfound knowledge!
Our first graders have been messing around with liquids. If you’d like to know which liquid is the lightest (water, corn oil or baby oil) as well as which is the lightest, ask one of our local, homegrown first graders! They’ll be glad to help you out!
Do you want to know how a nest built by a city bird differs from a nest built by a country bird? If the answer to that question is “yes”, then head for one of our Kindergarten classes. They can tell you all about what material a bird living in Prospect Park used to build her nest! The answer may surprise you!!
Is GLOBAL WARMING on your mind? Would you like to know more about why and how it has occurred? Our fifth graders have become experts on the subject. They can easily explain how our lifestyles have changed during the last century and how that’s contributed to the warming of our planet.