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Taking measure







Marissa Maggard, a fourth-grade student at Letcher Elementary School, measures a tablespoon of cornstarch in the school library. Students made rubber “bouncy balls” out of corn by-products from directions provided by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s mobile science center. Directions listed on B1 of this week’s Mountain Eagle detailing how to make a bouncy ball mistakenly left out step eight, which is to take out your newly formed sheet of plastic out of the resealable bag and form into a ball. The bouncy ball must harden for at least 10 hours for best bouncing results. (Photo by Sally Barto)

Marissa Maggard, a fourth-grade student at Letcher Elementary School, measures a tablespoon of cornstarch in the school library. Students made rubber “bouncy balls” out of corn by-products from directions provided by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s mobile science center. Directions listed on B1 of this week’s Mountain Eagle detailing how to make a bouncy ball mistakenly left out step eight, which is to take out your newly formed sheet of plastic out of the resealable bag and form into a ball. The bouncy ball must harden for at least 10 hours for best bouncing results. (Photo by Sally Barto)

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