Saturday, April 05, 2014

PFAS: “Scientific Inquiry” by Susan Blackaby

Check out Sherry D's extremely clever film for Susan Blackaby's poem, "Scientific Inquiry." She uses hilarious homemade Einstein and Marie Curie puppet-like characters to communicate the essential ideas in the poem. (And you gotta love her ending slide with her "Give Sherry an A" production credit.)

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You'll find this wonderful poem in The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science, Fifth grade, Week 1.


Janet Wong said...

Very FUN--I think the name of the production company needs to be changed to "Give Sherry an A+!!!"

Jeannine Atkins said...

That's adorable. I like her use of real scientists, and while Einstein's glee cracked me up, I must admit Madame Curie, though she was a pal of his, would likely keep a straight face through the most magnificent discoveries. I covet that puppet! Janet's right, if we get to vote: A plus!