Winter Science Series, 2013 - Grades 6-8
Register for all 4 classes - $40
Register For Individual Sessions (below) - $10 each
All classes take place on Thursday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
in the Classroom building on Campus - Click here to see map .
Thursday, February 6
Have you ever wondered what makes a hockey puck move? In Hockey
Engineering, you will learn about the forces behind this winter sport and get a
chance to design a new and improved puck!
Blizzard in a Jar
Thursday, February 13
It’s cold outside, but have you ever thought about creating your own
blizzard inside? Through the use of benzoic acid, you will have an opportunity
to create your own blizzard in a jar!
Thursday, February 20
On your marks, get set, GO! It’s a race for the finish line when you test
different types of milk to determine their viscosity rate. Based on your new
knowledge of viscosity you will identify the unknown substances as they race
across the finish line. Which type of milk ‘moo’ves the fastest?!
Don’t Break the Egg
Thursday, February 27
You will get the chance to act as an engineer for NASA to recreate the Mars
rover landing. Using an egg and simple materials, you will design a lander
which can survive the impact of landing on Mars. Remember, don’t break the egg!
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