Leawood Elementary School fifth-grader Mia Dent set up her science fair project on March 11 at Union Station at the 64th annual Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair. More than 1,200 area students displayed their projects at the fair. Mia’s project was a Lego sorter, a contraption she built to sort the large blocks from the small ones.
Leawood Elementary School fifth-grader Mia Dent set up her science fair project on March 11 at Union Station at the 64th annual Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair. More than 1,200 area students displayed their projects at the fair. Mia’s project was a Lego sorter, a contraption she built to sort the large blocks from the small ones. CHRIS OCHSNER Kansas City Star file photo
Leawood Elementary School fifth-grader Mia Dent set up her science fair project on March 11 at Union Station at the 64th annual Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair. More than 1,200 area students displayed their projects at the fair. Mia’s project was a Lego sorter, a contraption she built to sort the large blocks from the small ones. CHRIS OCHSNER Kansas City Star file photo

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