ISD Students Enjoy Hands-On Experiments with Kidz Science Safari


ISD Kindergartener Aliyah Ahmad lifts a bubble around herself as part of the Kidz Science Safari vto the school ISD Physical Education teacher, Jeremy Boland, monitors the hands-on experiment. Contributed photo

The International School at Dundee (ISD) gymnasium recently was transformed by Kidz Science Safari into a state-of-the-art science “laboratory” with interactive exhibits. Students in grades K-5 enjoyed hands-on experiments that augmented ISD’s existing science curriculum, with activities including Bubble Tower, Airways, Gravity Wall, Human Biology, Magnetism, Domino Race, Giant Microscope, Plasma Ball, Radiometer, Bernouli Exhibit and Dino Dig.

About ISD:  The International School at Dundee was authorized in July of 2003 as an official International Baccalaureate school.  ISD is one of only 181 IB Primary Years Programme (IBPYP) authorized schools in the US, and one of only a few elementary schools in Connecticut to receive the IBPYP accreditation.  ISD offers programs for students from kindergarten through fifth grade.