2014 Fall Science Series - Grades 3-5
Our new FSS classes are now open for registration! Read through all of the excitement we have coming up in October!
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, October 2
Using popsicle sticks and glue, you will design and construct a mini catapult. Adjust your design and implement rubber bands to fling marshmallows into a bucket 3 meters away! Come test the factors that increase power and distance on your project!
Catch the Water
Thursday, October 9
What happens to water after it rains? Find the answer as you build a three-dimensional model of a water catchment basin. Students experiment to see where rain travels and how natural and human-made activities effect these pathways. Join us to better understand how engineers work to help preserve water cycles!
Thursday, October 16
You will act as a mini food-engineer by working in reverse to separate iron from cereal! Through the
use of magnets, and concepts of force you will get the chance to explore how to isolate the material. Take a closer look at how engineers work to keep us healthy!
Weather Vane Wisdom
Thursday, October 23
Create your own anemometers to test wind speed and direction. After testing your very own design, discuss real-world applications for uses at airports for flying safety, chemical plants to monitor air flow or even for selecting wind farm locations. Come work in teams to wise up on wind!
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