2013 Summer Enrichment
Mad Science Favorites:
Prof. Molly-Cule’s favorite is Funky Forensics!
Evidence collection and puzzle making will lead you to understand why forensic scientists like to understand the complete picture before they make decisions.
Magnetic Memory is silly for Sonic Sound!
Volunteers capture the characteristics of sound concepts and sound waves by role-playing molecules to demonstrate sound wave motion. Children participate in producing and identifying acoustic sounds from a variety of materials. Electronic distortions link shifting frequencies to voice alterations. Children bring home the Sonic Horn resonance chamber.
Marie Curious is bonkers about Bugs!
Children are introduced to the world of entomology. Examining real specimens and models help children familiarize themselves with insect anatomy. Children see from an insect’s point of view with an interchangeable lens viewer to take home!
Dr. Meg-Netic is delighted with Dry Ice Storm
Explore the 3 states of matter when children become atoms! Build a giant bubbling potion and carbonate plain drinking water. Taste a burp and create the same awesome smoke illusions used in the movies. Take a Mad Science Bubble Bath before getting your own thermo color drinking cup!