Students in grades 1 and 2 will design amazing and unique vehicles that can move through air, space, land and water while learning the principles of air pressure, buoyancy, density and more.
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Students will use their imaginations to create their own superhero stories and design gadgets and costumes that will help their superheroes combat crime.
Discover the craft of felting while exploring the science behind natural fibers using various tools and materials.
Discover how animals use innovative ways to get food, make homes and protect themselves from other creatures.
Explore twigs, leaves, rocks and other natural materials and transform them into new and exciting tools.
Discover the physics of sound as you make your own musical instruments with recycled materials.
Explore the basics of circuitry with foil, coin batteries, and colorful LEDs.
Mix and mold fun household ingredients to create a scented soap to take home.
Explore real tools and materials while practicing sewing, weaving and playing with textiles. Learn the science behind hypercolor fabrics and make cool wearable art.
Explore light and color while experimenting with prisms, flashlights, and filters. Then, create your own sun catcher to take home.
Mix everyday household ingredients to make polymers like silly putty and oobleck.
Carve your own designs into foam blocks and use colorful ink to create a one-of-a-kind print.
Explore different parts of a rocket as you build and launch your own high-flying rocket that it out of this world.
Experiment with a variety of materials and design your own boat to sail on the high seas or in your bathtub!
Explore household ingredients to mix up a batch of your own play dough.
Engineering Week kicks off with Engineering Day on Monday, February 16, with a day of activities and tables run by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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