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Biss III, Joseph Exotic Animals Nature- Animals,
Live Snakes, Lizards, Turtles, etc. from all over the world are shared with the audience. The group is told of the animal’s life history and their importance in nature. I also discuss the animal’s interaction with people – both good and bad. Usually six to eight animals are shown and discussed with 30 years of hands on and 25 years of teaching experience. Please check out my web page for more details.
$101- $200
Doescher, Karen Roaring into Robots Other,
LEGO® Mindstorms® NXT Robotics Engineering: This exciting class teaches you how to program LEGO® Mindstorms® NXT robots, the coolest robot available. You will use your new skills to meet such challenges as beating your opponent at Sumo or pushing water bottles out of a ring. This class will introduce programming concepts such as repeat loops and if/then statements, and sensor use will also be taught. For the student who has little or no experience with robotics or programming. *Robots are for use by students in class only. The robots we use are expensive, and students will not be able to take them home.
$101- $200
Long Island Science Center, The Place for Learning IN THE MIND'S EYE Light, Color & Optics Science
Learn how your eye perceives light. Experiment with how light can be reflected, refracted and filtered through lenses, prisms and spectrometers. (Older children will use optics lab benches to perform experiment.) Program can be tailored to younger grades as needed. Make an optics craft to take home. 4th - 9th grade.
$201- $350
Ceceri, Kathy STEM/STEAM Workshop: Start a Mini Makerspace for Kids Literature- Authors,
Visual Arts- Crafts
You don't have to be an engineer to bring hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math programs to your library, school, or at home. Kathy Ceceri, author of the best-selling award winner 'Robotics: Discover the Science and Education of the Future,' will talk about low tech/no tech ways to help kids start designing, building, and inventing! Based on her STEM/STEAM programs that show kids how to make tech projects using everyday crafts, Kathy will suggest materials and tools to have on hand for different ages, abilities, and budgets, as well as where to find simple project ideas and resources for further exploration. Kathy has created and written about projects for Make Magazine,, Disney's FamilyFun and more. A popular speaker at Maker Faires in New York City and around the Northeast, she helped organize Mini Maker Faires in the Capital District and serves as Events Coordinator for the Tech Valley Center of Gravity in Troy, one of the fastest-growing makerspaces in the country. In addition, Kathy has presented hundreds of fun hands-on programs at schools, museums, and libraries around the Northeast. She was a columnist for Home Education Magazine and the Homeschooling Expert at
$201- $350
Visco, Christopher ROCKS REMEMBER Nature- Environment,
Rocks are like books, and geologists have learned to read their messages. Through the examination of actual rock samples from around the United States, children will be taught how to unlock the mysteries within rocks.
$101- $200
1, Mad Science Current Events (Electricity) Science
In this electrifying class, students will be taken on a tour of the electron freeway. Problem-solving abilities, scientific know-how and good retention skills are explored when students tackle the problem of creating a circuit which will light a bulb. It's not as easy as it sounds! After mastering simple circuits, the class will turn to a hands-on exploration of more complex series circuits.
$201- $350
Smith, Dr. Andrew J. Art and Science of Mantracking, Search, and Rescue Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Other,
This subject encompasses the current state of tracking people who are either lost or fugitives. It discusses the many facets of planning and conducting searches and rescues, especially from the point of view of tracking a person who may or may not wish to be found. Given current attention and public interest in an open manhunt incident, this subject is very topical and will explain much to a concerned public as well as law enforcement or others who may become involved in such an investigation in the future.
$201- $350
1, Mad Science Up, Up & Away Science
under construction
$201- $350
Salerno Thomas, Sarah Zap! Performing Arts- Other,
Zap! is an interactive performance which uses theater, poetry, and a wide array of props to introduce children to the amazing world of electricity. Concepts such as atoms, electrons, circuits, and conductors are conveyed with a hands-on, easy-to-understand method.
$351- $500
Beltrani, Susan Got Flubber? Science
The magic of chemistry right in your hands! Combine a known substance with other molecules to create a new substance....Flubber! Using everyday substances and household materials, participants make a stringy, bouncy creation while exploring states of matter, molecules, polymers and chemical reactions. Participants take home their creation!
$101- $200
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