Attention Homeschool Parents: WE COME TO YOU!
We are pleased to announce our hands-on science programs are now available to come to your Home School groups.
Students will experience hands-on science FUN, with lots of COOL take-homes! Supply intensive! Children will become REAL Scientists as we safely discover the world around us and learn to problem solve and conduct FUN experiments! Designed for students 4-12 years old!
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Motivate children to investigate the natural wonders of science!
ABOUT OUR CLASSES
- Appropriate for ages 4 years and up
- 15 minutes of "Lab Exploration"; 1 hour of science; lots of "cool" take-homes
- We cater to unique learning styles
Marvel at the accomplishments your students will achieve!
Scientific Method - Learn how scientists problem solve. Engage in the "Fruit Loop" challenge and make a yummy necklace with the results to eat!
Light Fever - Explore ROY G. BIV. Learn about refraction, reflection, light energy & heat energy. Make an ultraviolet detecting keychain to keep.
Rock and Roll - Pan for real gems that we can keep. Study their qualities as we learn to classify them.
Adaptation Station - Explore the world of mammals. discover animal adaptation as we explore mammals that live in extreme climates. Grow "snow" and make a polar habitat to keep!
Earthworks - Explore recycling and the 3-R's. Have a hands-on look at one of nature's most awesome decomposers. Make your own recycled paper.
Magnet Makers - Learn about attract, repel, magnetic fields, electromagnets and more. Make a magnet to keep.
Measurement - Use a variety of measurement tools such as balances and rulers to understand some basics of measurement and take home a cool ruler/bookmark!
Primarily Plants - Explore seeds, dissect a seed, discover photosynthesis and make your own Biome to keep.
Forensic Fun - Let's study our genetic information and build an edible model of DNA to observe the amazing Double Helix. We will study our fingerprints and take home a magnifier.
Join in experimentation that challenges student problem solving skills!