Outreach Classroom Programs

Science Club

Students who do not have a favorite science try them all as they ask questions, experiment, and conduct their own investigations. Mix and match from any of the Center’s...

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Artology

Students learn to think like Leonardo da Vinci as they discover the connections between science and art. They create their own masterpieces while developing problem-solving skills through integrated science,...

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Wizard’s Apprentice

Students explore the science behind many of the special effects in their favorite wizard movies as they create potions, experiment with herbology, and care for mythical creatures.

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Chemical Interactions

Students explore a variety of substances and conduct scientific investigations to gather information about the variables they are working with. Through guided inquiry they gain knowledge about matter, phase...

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Space, Rocketry, and Engineering

Students discover the mind-warping possibilities of the universe as they explore the solar system and learn about the light spectrum, the lives of stars, and the scale of planetary...

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Scene of the Crime

Students become young detectives and learn about what role scientists take in fighting crime. They will solve mysteries by collecting and analyzing fingerprints, capturing DNA, and analyzing data.

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Designing Our Future

Students examine the social and cultural implications of various future technologies as they engage in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities relating to nanotechnology, green energy, space travel,...

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Splish Splash

Students get wet as they discover how cool water is. Students make their own bubble concoctions; test which objects float, sink, or “flink”; and get a little messy by...

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Brain Freeze

Brrrr … Students experiment with dry ice as they conduct scientific investigations with guided inquiry techniques. Students gain knowledge about matter, phase change, and chemistry as they engage in...

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KEVA Challenges

Students engage in games and exercises using KEVA planks to explore building in a new way. Students attempt to build the tallest towers, build connecting bridges, and even ancient...

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Science Alive

Students investigate the wonders of life as they explore the human body and beyond through a series of exciting experiments. Students test their memory, discover how the brain, heart,...

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Made in America

Just about everything that a person owns has been manufactured in some way. How many of those things were made in America? Students explore high demand careers in manufacturing,...

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Science Fair

Students review the fundamental steps and procedures of developing a science fair project. They will be challenged through a series of engaging activities to identify scientific questions that interest...

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Thrill Ride

Students create roller coasters out of homemade materials and investigate variables, speed, and averages. Middle school students also graph the data from their roller coasters to compare to real-life...

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Color Creations

Students use color wells to engage in inquiry behaviors by creating multiple colors and exploring how matter mixes color versus color mixes in light while playing with light shadows.

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Robotics

Students become code masters while exploring various robotics platforms including Ozobots, Cubelets, and more. Students learn how to build and program robots to accomplish a goal and observe how...

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Earth Explorations

Students dig into different scientific studies related to the natural world that surrounds them including the water cycle, dinosaurs, and volcanoes. Students also travel through time to learn about...

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Electronics

Through inquiry based investigations students explore the electrifying science of electricity. Students practice their skills at creating series and parallel circuits and measuring voltage and resistance. Using their new...

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Game Design

Students are introduced to game design theory, gain computer programming skills used by software developers, and problem solve through a series of different challenges as they learn to create...

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