Ellie Bassett, 11,  puts her project in a pool made up of a plastic bottle, a straw, and a balloon in the hopes  that it will glide across the water powered by the compress air from the  balloon. This was part of a exercise at STEM Camp in which girls try to create something that will move across a wadding pool by itself during a class called

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Ellie Bassett, 11, puts her project in a pool made up of a plastic bottle, a straw, and a balloon in the hopes that it will glide across the water powered by the compress air from the balloon. This was part of a exercise at STEM Camp in which girls try to create something that will move across a wadding pool by itself during a class called "Make it Move" at Girls Inc., Monday, June 16, 2014.

Girls learn the power of force at STEM camp

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Alasia Jenkins blew up a balloon and attached it to the rim of a water bottle, then cut a small hole toward the bottle’s base. After placing her handmade boat into a wading pool, she watched with pride as it moved across the water.

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$75 for some , free for the "Non-workers"!

Once again, the parents that work must pay for their child while the parents that dont work are rewarded with more freebies. They all should be allowed to participate for free or for a fee. Dont discriminate just because some parents choose to work.

Apparently 'Physics' is no

Apparently 'Physics' is no longer being taught in our schools these days.

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