See larger Marina Sciancalepore, left, 8, and Hadley Anderson, 7, both students in Angela Loerzel's second grade class at Pelican Marsh Elementary School in Naples, go over data following a foam rocket launch on the school's playground on Thursday, November 5, 2009. Angela Loerzel's second grade class learned concepts of gravity, thrust and friction through a homemade rocket made with plastic pipes and rubber bands. Students used the rockets outside to grasp the basics of physics and measurement - all made possible by an over $300 'Connect with the Classroom' grant from Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union. Photo by Tristan Spinski

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Marina Sciancalepore, left, 8, and Hadley Anderson, 7, both students in Angela Loerzel's second grade class at Pelican Marsh Elementary School in Naples, go over data following a foam rocket launch on the school's playground on Thursday, November 5, 2009. Angela Loerzel's second grade class learned concepts of gravity, thrust and friction through a homemade rocket made with plastic pipes and rubber bands. Students used the rockets outside to grasp the basics of physics and measurement - all made possible by an over $300 "Connect with the Classroom" grant from Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union. Photo by Tristan Spinski

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