Living and Working in Space Assembly Presentations

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,

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Blast Off Rocketry

Grades PreK- 9 ⋅ Blast off with Sir Isaac Newton and explore his three laws of motion through rocketry activities! Investigate the aerodynamics of launch vehicles while building and launching your own rocket with our special high-powered air launchers. Guaranteed to be a BLAST! > Subjects: States of Matter, Newton’s

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Astro Adventures

Grades Pre-K-1 ⋅ Explore the wonders of the Universe and the excitement of space exploration as students discover the “ups and downs” of living and working in space and see what it takes to become a future astronaut! > Subjects: Properties on Earth and in Space, Gravity, Center of Gravity >  Grades PreK – 1

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iMISSION: Space Base Simulation *Field Trip Only*

Grades 4-9 ⋅ Be advised: this is not your ordinary field trip!  Students are immersed into the various roles of living and working on a lunar research base and will be challenged to apply STEM skills in this fun and unique learning experience. Problem-solving, teamwork, and communication skills become key elements

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Exploring Mars Assembly Presentations

Grades 4-12 ⋅ All eyes are on Mars as the next big endeavor in space exploration. Our Exploring Mars presentations cover the history of rover exploration, the engineering accomplishments of unmanned space travel, and the future possibility of landing humans on Mars. > Subjects: States of Matter, Properties of Gases, Chemical Reactions, Density,

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LEGO DUPLO Not-So-Simple Machines

Grades PreK-1 ⋅ Young LEGO-Maniacs will enjoy building and designing some crazy, mighty machines that will help them explore and understand concepts associated with simple and compound machines. Using gears, levers, and pulleys, these young engineers will be weighing, measuring and even creating some exciting art projects. Discovering the “physics of

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The Art of LEGO Engineering With (DUPLO) Simple Machines

Grades PreK-1 ⋅ Let the creative juices flow! Students will combine engineering and art by constructing LEGO machines that they will use to craft their own work of art! Students get in gear and build machines using gears, pulleys, levers, wheels/axles and much more. They investigate the principles of simple

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Sheep in a Jeep

Grades 1-3 ⋅ This program uses the silly rhyming story Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy E. Shaw to teach students about forces and motion. Students will build a LEGO car and test its ability to “go the distance” on our specially designed ramps – testing the effects of weight, tire size, and surface

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