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Science clubs at Da Vinci Science Center offer students in kindergarten through eighth grade opportunities to explore hands-on experiments involving technology, robotics, and other popular areas of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) with professional educators.
Through teamwork, imaginative thinking, and innovation, students will solve engineering challenges by designing, building, and programming a LEGO® MINDSTORMS® robot. This year’s theme Into Orbit, allows teammates to research a physical or social problem faced by humans during long duration space exploration. The eight-week session culminates with a finished project and possibly local, regional, and national robotics competitions.
Club members will explore the intersection of science, technology, engineering, art, and math during this six week club. The content for each session will be determined by the students’ interests in exploring various scientific concepts and principles. Highlights of this program include, individualized learning goals for each child based on observations made by a science educator and weekly projects and activities that will encourage further exploration at home with you and your family. Students also have exclusive after-hours access to the Science Center – including Jack-O-Lantern Lane with Frankenstein’s Lab in October and the Dino Light Experience in November.
Contact: Tyler Groft, 484-664-1002 ext. 105, firstname.lastname@example.org