Children will learn about science by touching, feeling, and even tasting their science experiments. We leave children inspired and hungry to learn more. We spark imaginative learning!
Seeking our Senses
Explore all five senses. Test your vision with optical illusions, experiment with your hearing and learn how Braille is used.
Examine real fossil casts and explore the differences in the teeth of herbivorous and carnivorous dinosaurs. Students will participate in a mini-dinosaur excavation.
This hands-on look at butterflies provides pre-schoolers with an opportunity to find out how caterpillars change into butterflies, and how butterflies eat.
Energy and Motion
Learn all about energy and motion. Discover that energy can be stored, some basic laws of motion and how things move. Experiment with ribbon dancers, tube racers, and slinkies.
Children will learn about the human body: our skeleton, organs and muscles. Emphasis will be on what role the heart plays in circulating blood in our body.
Have fun with water. Discover why some things float and some sink; learn about surface tension and experiment with water absorption.
Learn how heat, water, and wind, make weather happen and instruments to measure weather conditions. Make a windsock to take home..
Interactive and hands-on activities will assist pre-schoolers with this introduction to mixtures and the science of chemistry.
Sea, Sand, and Surf
Learn about the science behind things in the ocean. See how sand is created and observe shells up close. Discover what creatures live in the sea and even play a game with a model turtle.
Explore the sun, the planets and other objects in space that make up our solar system. Learn how astronauts travel in space and about the special clothing to keep them warm.