Young Scientist Wanted
Kids learn by doing. Hands-on science encourages the children to DO something – observe, ask questions, touch, smell, and experiment. Allowing children to really get into science gives them the chance to make discoveries on their own. They’ll be more likely to remember a learning experience if it’s just that . . . a real experience. Critical thinking skills are enhanced during such science activities. Kids can ask the why, how, and what questions. Even better, they can help answer the questions themselves. They can learn the scientific process along the way! Please help us restock our science supplies so that kids have this hands-on experience. We are looking to add Maker Space activities and need Legos, K-nex, blocks, and other building materials. More examples of materials include grass seed, LED lights, conductive copper tape, Playdough, food coloring, flour, beans, batteries and so much more to explore with.
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