Do you know the three layers of the earth? Or what makes up dirt? Students were answering those questions and many more Wednesday at Omaha’s King Science Center as part of Quiz Day.
Fourth and fifth-graders came to King Science from all over the city to take part in the competition. “Every year, the more kids come, the more they get excited,” said King Science Magnet School facilitator Kris Denton. “We have students who are frustrated they can't come every year, so we love it."
A number of awards were given out, including an individual award (a trophy plus a free planetarium show for their entire class), a building competition award and a team award.
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