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. > Subjects: States of Matter, Properties of Gases, Chemical Reactions, Density, Scientific Measurement > Grades PreK –
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
Grades K-1 ⋅ Experimenting can be a lot of fun when we learn about the push and pull, attraction and repelling of magnets. The children will explore what objects and materials have this natural attraction, why the Earth has a magnetic field and how we are using it for technological advances.
Grades 2-3 ⋅ Explore everyday science in this investigation of pop rocks, milk, markers, and more! Students will learn about subjects ranging from polymers to color chromatography (the separation of chemicals). They will love the fun, hands-on experiments and learn that they too can be scientists! > Subjects: Density, Polymers, Color, Scientific Measurement &
Grades PreK-5 ⋅ Climb aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and discover what it takes to be an astronaut! Students will explore the engineering ingenuity used to design the ISS and understand just what astronauts need to live and work in space. > Subjects: Engineering design, Properties on Earth and in Space, Rocketry and space travel,