Bugs help us in a lot of ways! Explore the word of insects and learn more about these little creatures that do so much. Girl Scouts will earn their Bugs badge, but badge is not included. > Brownies & Cub Scouts (Grades 2-3) > Single Session (90 min) > Can be done at
Scouts will learn about and build simple machines with LEGO building elements. They will then use their simple machines to make two seasonal art projects! Discovering the “physics of fun” with the crew from iSPACE will surely inspire young imaginations! > Subjects: Simple Machines, Engineering design, Observation of objects & materials
Grades PreK-1 ⋅ Engage even the youngest scientists through experiments and hands-on activities, while exploring the science in children’s literature by beloved author Eric Carle. Topic & Book choices include: > Color: The Mixed-Up Chameleon > Life Cycles: The Very Hungry Caterpillar > Kitchen Chemistry: Pancake, Pancake > Nocturnal Animals: The
Grades PreK-1 ⋅ Young scientist will learn about the three states of matter and then experiment with reactions between acids and bases. They’ll learn about what makes soda pop fizz and then make raisins dance. They’ll also experiment with FIZZ rockets and discover how to launch them skyward! > Subjects:
Grades PreK-4 ⋅ Get ready to enjoy some “good vibrations” when experimenting with the science of sound. Use your senses to explore vibrations that allow us to hear, feel, and even see the effects of sound. Students will develop some “sound” science principles using hands-on activities to learn about waves, frequency,
Grades PreK-6 ⋅ Join in the fun as we shed some “light” on the science of light! Students’ learning will be illuminated as they discover the critical role light plays in the exploration of our universe. Students will investigate properties of light and participate in engaging activities where they can “see and
Grades 4-6 ⋅ Don your lab coats and safety goggles! It’s time to investigate the fun, freaky, reactions that occur when chemicals combine. Assumptions will be challenged with observations when experimenting with unknown materials. Along with cool chemistry, students will be introduced to changing states of matter while observing unique characteristics.
Grades K-1 ⋅ Join us in exploring the many forms of science all around us! We’ll discover how polymers link, why light bends, how compasses work, why pop rocks pop, and so much more. Students will be amazed by the science experiments they can do with household items, and will realize that