FRAMINGHAM – King Elementary School held a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) festival on Thursday night.
The students in grades kindergarten through grade 2 showcased the projects they worked on this year for parents, along with Superintendent Bob Tremblay.
Second grader Anaiyah said she enjoyed STEAM as she did “real science research.”
Dante, another second grader, said he enjoyed the STEAM curriculum because his class learned to make bread and then afterwards they ate it. he said he also enjoyed the pancake breakfast.
Second grader Mariana said she enjoyed making the shoe box ecosystem. She also enjoyed the pancake breakfast.
Second grader Bennett said he enjoyed the ecosystem project, but enjoyed that he was able to use the computer and technology on projects.
Principal Kim Taylor took the opportunity to ask students about their projects, which lined the hallways.
There was an art gallery of drawings and projects in the cafeteria.