Students will explore the world's most abundant animal! Insect defenses and their role in our ecosystems will be explored in fun, hands-on activities that introduce children to these fascinating creatures! Children will use their knowledge of insects to make their very own bug model to take home.
Take a voyage to the center of the Earth! We'll investigate the powerful processes that shape the planet and form remarkable rocks, magnificent minerals, and glittering gems! Children will take home sedimentary stackers that they made themselves.
Discover how science is used to solve real crimes! Watch as the classroom is transformed into a crime lab for this exciting exploration of the fundamentals of forensics. Children will even take home their very own Child Identification Kit. It's so much fun, it's criminal!
Cooking is all about chemistry! Students will be introduced to the laboratory that we call a kitchen for a look at some novel and practical applications of science! Children will build their own Solar Cooker and learn how living organisms cause bread to rise. Dinnertime will never be the same!
Grab your popcorn but don't sit back! We're going to learn first-hand how advances in science and technology are behind our favorite special effects! Children will take home an animator booklet and cool anaglyph glasses at the end of this fun-filled program. 3, 2, 1… Science in Action!
Watch teams of elementary-age engineers working together with pulleys and levers. Children will have so much fun problem-solving, designing and testing just like real engineers, they’ll forget that they’re learning! Children will take home a cool Mad Science Machine they built themselves!
Children will discover the science behind some of their favorite toys in this fun-packed program! Children aren’t the only ones with the energy to play, their toys are packed with it, too! This explains yo-yo tricks, the amazing “String Thing,” and much more! Further Physics fun awaits them at home with their new yo-yo!
Discover how hurricanes, tornadoes, and thunderstorms develop, and how powerful they can be! Our junior meteorologists will be making more reliable forecasts than the local news. Just ask students to consult their personal UV detectors to check whether it’s time to cover up!