Our Science Fair starts with the Curie-osities

We will have the Curie-osities as the first activity to open our Science Fair dedicated this year to our French scientist Pierre Curie. Curie-osities is a question a student may have about how things work or happen. Students find the scientific answer (guided by parents) of such question and share it with the class next week. For example: Where is blood produced in the body, why bats cannot see during daytime, why doesn't it hurt to cut our nails and hair? etc. they will start presenting in their classroom next Thursday Nov. 07 and will finish on Nov. 14th.