SIMPLY COMPLICATED: Nolan Hupp puts the finishing touches on his team’s Rube Goldberg Machines last week at CEAP Elementary at Winchelsea Place in Parskville. According to teacher Lesley LaCouvée

SIMPLY COMPLICATED: Nolan Hupp puts the finishing touches on his team’s Rube Goldberg Machines last week at CEAP Elementary at Winchelsea Place in Parskville. According to teacher Lesley LaCouvée

Simply complicated at Winchelsea Place in Parksville

Students in grades K-3 built their own Rube Goldberg machines, but they only had to have five steps

  • Feb. 12, 2015 8:00 p.m.

SIMPLY COMPLICATED: Nolan Hupp puts the finishing touches on his team’s Rube Goldberg Machines last week at CEAP Elementary at Winchelsea Place in Parskville. According to teacher Lesley LaCouvée, the devices had to use all six of the simple machines and had to have at least 20 steps. Students in grades K-3 built their own Rube Goldberg machines, but they only had to have five steps.

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