We were so excited to have kindergarten parent volunteers join us on Tuesday, October 25th to conduct pumpkin experiments. With our parent volunteers leading a small group, our kindergarteners conducted various pumpkin investigations including determining if the pumpkin would sink or float, what the weight was, and counting the seeds inside, among various other activities. One kindergarten student hypothesized that his pumpkin was hollow, because “when I bang on it, it sounds like a DRUM!!!” Students were asked what their favorite part of the investigation was. One student shared, “I loved scooping out the guts of the pumpkin,” and another student said his favorite part was “having mommy at school!” We are so thankful for the help of our parent volunteers. Our Kindergarten students had a great day while learning about the scientific process.