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Novogrodski, Marvin The Science/ Dance Experience Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Dance,
First, see a magic show that defines science. Second, play with a host of fun toys and verbalize the action words discovered while playing with them. Third, using those action words, Marvelous Marvin conducts a movement class in which students explore the simple science principles discovered while students express themselves kinesthetically. Geared for Pre-K-3rd graders. Workshop can handle one class at a time. 30 kids maximum
$101- $200
Childress, John Bates Directed Meditation Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Directed Meditation is a program designed by John Bates Childress that integrates the use of meditation, visualization, and language patterns with directions or suggestions in order to achieve a predetermined outcome. This technique can be used to help individuals manage stress and anxiety; cope with life threatening and chronic illness; change eating, exercise, smoking or other habitual behavior; and over come phobias. John Bates Childress can do presentations about Directed Meditation generally or focus on specific aspects, depending on the audience's interests. All presentations include lively voluntary audience participation to keep the audience engaged.
$201- $350
Ceceri, Kathy STEM Inventors Workshop: Maker Arts Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Join the Maker Movement using just everyday materials and simple electronics! Learn about electrical circuits and LEDs by designing your own Light-up Paper Inventions and Illuminated Fabric Wearables.
$201- $350
1, Mad Science Up, Up & Away Science
under construction
$201- $350
Sears, Susan Rainbow Water Science
Introduce your young scientist to the world of color and change. Encourage observation by exploring how colors can be combined and separated. Create your own colorful spinning top to take home.
$101- $200
Sears, Susan Too far to Jump - Bridge Engineering Science
Bridges can cross rivers and canyons (and troll!s). But how do they do it, and what makes a bridge strong? Young engineers will use everyday materials to design bridges and compete to build the strongest, troll-proof bridge.
$101- $200
1, Mad Science Stunt Planes Science
Stunt planes will fly students through the basics of flight and aerodynamics. Students will learn about the four forces that affect a plane in flight: drag, gravity, lift and forward thrust. They will then apply these theoretical basics of flight in the construction of their own planes and gliders. Discussion will include how planes have changed world travel.
$201- $350
Ceceri, Kathy Every Hero Has a Story: Robot Heroes Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Did you love the animated film 'Big Hero 6?' Learn about the real inflatable helper robots that inspired Baymax and make your own Inflatable Robot Muscle to take home. Or find out how volunteers with 3D printers are helping kids who are missing all or part of their hand by creating custom-fitted RoboHands for free! Participants will get to make a Cardboard Robot Hand which opens and closes with cables just like the real thing to take home.
$201- $350
Outreaches & School Visits, Long Island Children's Museum Bug Bites Nature- Animals,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Become a junior entomologist and learn about the amazing lives and natural history of bugs, insects, and spiders. Use what you learn about bug anatomy and habits to create your own imaginary bug. Recommended for Kindergarten-3rd grade.
$201- $350
Long Island Science Center, The Place for Learning SIMPLE MACHINES: Lego Engineering Science
Levers, pulleys and simple machines come to life when students build with them. Working through a series of models using LEGO Dacta Technics Kits, students engage in manipulating materials, interpreting data, observing and predicting. 3rd - 6th grade
$201- $350
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