Students get take-home science kits thanks to community group

ANDOVER — Learning through trial and error, forming hypotheses and conducting science experiments were traditionally a cornerstone of the classroom experience — until COVID-19 hit.

When the pandemic forced students to shift to remote learning online last year, children didn’t typically have the materials at home to conduct science experiments. Then, as students began returning to classrooms in the fall, social distancing requirements still created barriers to children participating in science labs.

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