Join the Pacific Science Team for an exploration series in March. Target audience is 3rd – 6th graders
* Night Sky Tonight: Learn what can be seen each night & how to find constellations.
* Rovers on Mars: Create a simple rover capable of surviving your own drop test.
* Piece of Mind: Discover how the brain functions and see a real human brain specimen!
* Radical Reactions: Observe the explosive ways chemicals unite & react in this high energy show!
* Ecosystem Investigators: Work together to create a virtual ecosystem model.
Each week participants should have paper to write & draw on, a pencil, pens, colored pencils and/or markers.
March 11 Materials: For the Rover activity have these materials if possible: tape, scissors, glue, pens, markers, and/or hole punch. Optional materials can include string or yarn, paper, fabric, cardboard tubes, plastic bags to help you create your rover.
March 25 Materials: For the Radical Reactions activity have these materials if possible: 2 paper coffee filters (bathroom tissue or a paper towel will work too), 2 pencils, 2 cups half filled with water, scissors, tape and a water-soluble marker (Black ink that will smear when it gets wet works best)
Presenters: Holly Duskin & Fatima Kamal
Dates: Thursdays, March 4, 11, 18, 25 & April 1 5 sessions
Time: 3:00 pm Pacific Time