The second Saturday of every month, we focus on a different science-related theme! The program includes a two-hour, hands-on class followed by a show at the Mayborn Science Theater.
Learn how to apply the scientific method while investigating the science behind aquatic ecosystems, natural resources, the food chain and endangered species. Build an "insect zoo," a birdbath and terrarium. Have fun while satisfying the requirements for the Girl Scout’s Junior Animal Habitats badge, Cub Scout’s Wildlife Conservation awards for belt loop and academic pin and the Webelo Naturalist skill award. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a snack. (1 meeting)
March 8 SAT 1-4 pm Cost/$35
Science Investigator NEW!
Learn how to apply the scientific method while investigating the science behind Bernoulli's Principle, Newton and Pascal’s Laws. Discover how air and water pressure, weather, and gravity work. Build a model rocket and launcher and start growing crystals. This class satisfies requirements for Girl Scout Brownies’ Home Scientist badge, Cub Scout’s Scientist awards for belt loop or academic pins and Webelo Scientist skill awards. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a snack. Carroll Beckom (see Sea Quest) (1 meeting).
Apr 12 SAT 1-4 pm Cost/$35
Three, two, one... blastoff! Learn all about rockets including where they were invented, what gives them thrust, how they blast off and how to build your own model rock to take home. Carroll Beckon (see Sea Quest). (1 meeting).
May 10 SAT 1-4 pm Cost/$35
For more information or to register, call 526-1586.