How dose...solar powered wind turbine, which shows the level of energy depending on the time of day sound!! Pfft easy hey! Well watching Harrys little mind you would think so, he's ideas are out of this world!
Time to hand in the paper work and commit to participating, he started stalling and I could tell the anxiety was starting to hit. Being in 2nd grade, the science fair is purely fun. No grades and no compulsive requirements.
Not only did he choose to do a working project, he also decided to do a presentation on it too! Way to go Harry, you blew it out of the water!
He had a ball showing everyone how it worked both staff and students alike. Mr confidence! I could not of been prouder!
On packing up after a day of presenting to his class and checking out other wonderful exhibits it was time to go home, but mom he said...where is the certificate? I assured him he would get his ribbon for participating next week. And off we headed for a celebratory dinner at McDonalds.
Today was the day he had been waiting for, his teacher presented him with a ribbon, but not just any ribbon...an exemplary ribbon!!
Only two students in second grade were awarded this distinction. He earned this as he passed everything on the judges list (this list is for 4th & 5th graders) Just when I thought I couldn't be any prouder, well tears of joy and big hugs all around. I am so proud of you scientist Harry!