AMERICUS — These sixth-graders in Cindy Williams' science class at Southland Academy are learning about the properties of water. They have learned that the molecules of water stick together much as magnets do. This is why water falls in drops when it is dropped from an eye dropper. The class had fun with this by counting how many drops they could get on to different coins before the water spilled over the edge. Shown is Sydney Payne in the foreground with Gabe Roland, left, and Evan Murphy in the background.
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