Fourth graders learn about Earth’s rotation through their shadows

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  • Fourth-graders Amanda Frye, Tylor Westervelt and Lauren Whyte compare shadows. (Photo provided by Peg Snure)

  • Fourth graders checking out the results of their shadows. (Photo provided by Peg Snure)

— Fourth grade students at the Delaware Valley Elementary School recently learned about the earth’s rotation.

Students in Mrs. Navitsky’s, Mrs. Thomson’s, and Mrs. Genovese’s classes went outside several times a day to trace their shadows, and saw them move.

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