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Students learn from challenging labs at Cumberland

Courtesy of Harlan County Schools

Students in Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Fields’ fourth grade classes at Cumberland Elementary School are learning about “How animals sense and respond to information.” Students enjoyed several challenging labs analyzing the data they collected. Students also observed a ball python “taste the air” with its forked tongue. They also learned how the ball python uses pits to see heat and track heat signals that their prey gives off.

Courtesy of Harlan County Schools

Students in Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Fields’ fourth grade classes at Cumberland Elementary School are learning about “How animals sense and respond to information.” Students enjoyed several challenging labs analyzing the data they collected. Students also observed a ball python “taste the air” with its forked tongue. They also learned how the ball python uses pits to see heat and track heat signals that their prey gives off.

Courtesy of Harlan County Schools

Students in Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Fields’ fourth grade classes at Cumberland Elementary School are learning about “How animals sense and respond to information.” Students enjoyed several challenging labs analyzing the data they collected. Students also observed a ball python “taste the air” with its forked tongue. They also learned how the ball python uses pits to see heat and track heat signals that their prey gives off.