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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
1, Mad Science Detective Science Science
Students will have a chance to step into the role of a Mad Science Detective. They will explore various methods employed by forensic scientists to help solve crimes including: fingerprint analysis, examination of dental records and investigating written materials. An identification kit will be sent home with each student so they can record their own fingerprints and other vital information about themselves.
$201- $350
Kuhn, Lindsay Petting Zoo History,
Nature- Animals,
Science
We offer a petting zoo of a variety of different heritage farm animals as an attraction at festivals, and celebratory events. This is a great addition to a summer reading kick off or finale! Animals are enclosed in a corral, and can be brushed, pet, braided, adorned with ribbons and bows, and fed treats in their buckets. Features creatures can be: miniature horse, sheep, goat, calf, peacock, chicken, turkey, goose, duck, etc. The program can be conducted indoors or out, and can be booked for an hour or all day. This is a great way to introduce people of all ages to the history of farming, various animals, and where food comes from, in a shorter more hands on format. This program is suitable for the 2014 Summer Reading Program.
$101- $200
Stelljes, Eileen Book Engineering Nature- Environment,
Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Recycle used book covers to create decorated notebooks, journals, or sketchbooks. Using provided materials, combine masking tape, duct tape, book covers, and papers cue to size to design and assemble the completed book. If time allows, create a mini zig-zag album.
$101- $200
Ferrari, Johnda Rocks and Minerals Nature- Environment,
Nature- Other,
Science
Rocks and minerals are found all around us and used in our daily lives. Nature Detectives will discover the secrets hidden in these beautiful treasures from the Earth! Observe and compare various rocks. Can you tell how they were formed? Examine the variety of minerals with their colors, textures,luster and crystal forms. See special properties such as fluorescence! Young rock hounds will have fun as they explore and conduct tests. They will take home mini rocks and gemstones to add to their collection.
$101- $200
Corcoran, Mary Meet the Author Science,
Science,
Science
This program showcases my award-winning book, The Quest to Digest (Charlesbridge Publishing, 2006). I discuss how the book came to be, as well as display page layouts. Children will also get a lesson on the digestive system, by means of storytelling, visual models, and snippets from the book. I also discuss my second book, The Circulatory Story (Charlesbridge, 2010) which has been selected by the Junior Library Guild for books of 2010.
$101- $200
Justa, Dan TakeItApart Life Skills- Other,
Other,
Science
Taking stuff apart is a whole lot of fun. Once you realize any and everything is basically just big kid legos, a whole new world is revealed. We dissect frogs and pigs in middle and high school to see how their insides work, why not do the same with electronics? Lets demystify the technology, and get rid of that "I am going to break it if I take it apart" stigma. We want to run a basic TIA workshop where we will walk students (or anyone really) through the dissection and then reassembly of an age appropriate electronic device. We will provide the devices to be taken apart We will provide the tools to take apart the devices with As the we walk students through the disassembly, we will discuss how the different components are made, what they do, and how they work.
$351- $500
Childress, John Bates Directed Meditation Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Science
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
Salerno Thomas, Sarah Zap! Performing Arts- Other,
Science
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
Sears, Susan Water Magic Science
Explore how water can change materials in this hands on science activity. Through stories and hands on science activities your preschooler will learn to predict and observe change and understand the importance of water in our lives. Use your new knowledge to create a piece of unusual artwork.
$101- $200
Outreaches & School Visits, Long Island Children's Museum Up in the Air History,
Science
Explore the science of flight and dream BIG as you engineer your own gliders based on our observations of various AIR-MAZING experiments! Discover milestones in the history of aviation and learn about the Golden Age that transformed aviation from a sport to a growing industry. Recommended for Kindergarten-6th Grade.
$201- $350
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