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Science in motion

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Oiah Baxter, 10, uses a shoebox, pencils and a spoon to launch her marshmallow.

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Mya Lawson, 11, chases after a catapulted marshmallow.

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Mitzi Medina, 11, keeps an eye on her marshmallow while airborne. 

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Karter Schaub gained an impressive distance, exceeding the length of the tape measure. At left, Kylie Haney, 12, waits her turn. 

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Fifth-grade students, Jakob Crouch, center, 11, Trenton Brown, left, both 11, and Corey Waller, 12, watch Jakob's marshmallow soar through the air off his catapult Wednesday at Southgate Elementary School. 

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Corey Waller, 11, created a wooden catapult. 

Southgate Elementary fifth- graders demonstrated their catapults as part of their science curriculum.

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