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1, Mad Science Slime Time Science
Ooze your students into a gooey hour of sliming around! This class introduces children to the world of polymers. While this topic can be full of relatively complex concepts, the fundamental ideas are made understandable to students with the use of SLIME! They'll create slime using the Mad Science recipe and then enter their creation in the Slime Olympics! (Note: don't let the sound of the ooey-gooies scare you away from this class! As with all of our programs, our instructors take great care in leaving your workroom exactly as they found it.)
$201- $350
Joyce, Liz The Doubtful Sprout Nature- Gardening,
Performing Arts- Puppetry,
Science
Get ready to explore the world under your feet in this underground puppet adventure. Tunnel down with Worm and Sprout as they discover the mysterious life found inside soil. Along the way, kids help figure out the secrets that help Sprout grow. Award-winning puppeteer, Liz Joyce, brings this ecological wonderland to life with multiple puppetry styles, projections and song. The Doubtful Sprout was funded in part by a Family Grant from The Jim Henson Foundation The Doubtful Sprout is a magical and educational show that mesmerizes children and teaches them about ecology and life cycles through art and song. Liz's performance is enchanting and engages children to the very end. As a puppeteer Liz knows how to include her audience while effortlessly working her craft. The quality of her set-up and puppets, in which the influence of classic Henson artistry may be seen, is top-notch. Children joyfully participate throughout the show and are even delighted after the show when Liz buzzes through the audience to meet them. Developmentally and educationally appropriate for a wide age range, the entire family will enjoy the show! —Danielle Carey, Head of Children's Services, Hampton Bays Public Library
$501- $1000
Ceceri, Kathy Paper Inventions STEAM Workshop for Makers and Artists Media- Other,
Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
STEAM educator Kathy Ceceri, author of the book 'Paper Inventions' from the publishers of MAKE magazine, will show kids how to create simple machines, structures and even electronic circuits using paper as a construction material! Choose from a variety of projects for this hands-on workshop, including Light-Up Paper Art and a paper geodesic dome big enough to crawl in, as well as traditional papermaking. Kathy is an expert on low-tech/no-tech ways to teach kids about electronics, robotics, and engineering. Her award-winning titles include 'Making Simple Robots' from Maker Media and 'Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future' and 'Video Games: Design and Code Your Own Adventure' from Nomad Press.
$201- $350
Riotto, Mary Diane Science Fair Workshop: Ready, Set, Glow! Grades 3-5 Science
An engaging, hands-on, developmentally appropriate, and very kid friendly workshop offered by an experienced educator for those children in grades 3-5 and their parents who are interested in participating in their school's Science Fair. We will be exploring all aspects of the Scientific Process as we explore the illuminating science of glow sticks! Parents and children will pick up useful tips on everything from where to find ideas for getting their science fair experiment started to displaying a fantastic, final project. This program can be paired with Bouncy Balls! a science fair workshop designed for grades K-2.
$201- $350
Edgecomb, Diane Rainforest Legends Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Science
From the banks of the Amazon River to the heart of the West African jungle, Rainforest Legends brings to life favorite folktales and songs about the animals and plants of these lands. Legends tell how the Amazon Birds grew feathers as brilliant as the colors of the rainbow, why three Invisible Hunters came to haunt the Nicaraguan rainforest, and how Jabuti the tortoise tricked the Amazon monster Kibungo into sparing the lives of three-toed frog, jaguar and monkey. For schools different Rainforest Legends performances are available for K-2 and 3-6th grade. Each performancevcomes with an extensive curriculum package, which includes both science-based and language-based activities. "Our storytelling assembly for the 5th and 6th graders was one of the best hours we have enjoyed in many years. Even our most reluctant listeners were involved. Thank you for exposing all of us to the pleasure and excitement of listening to stories." Rosemary Carr, 6th grade teacher, Warwick Elementary School, Warwick PA
$351- $500
Sears, Susan Who Goes There? Animal Tracks Nature- Animals,
Science
Something big has been this way and left tracts in the dirt. Is it a monster, bigfoot or is the local wildlife hanging around? Come solve the mystery of the footprints. Make a cast of an animal track to take home. Dress for mess!
$101- $200
Penske, Tara Scrubs, Scrubs, Scrubs! An essential oil experience Health & Fitness- Other,
Nature- Other,
Science
Scrubs, Scrubs, Scrubs! An easy and effective way to incorporate Aromatherapy and essential oils into facial and body scrubs. Participants will create four types of scrubs that they can use immediately. Learn how Sugar and Salt Scrubs can be created to exfoliate and brighten your skin while enhancing addressing mod and health issues. $275 (Tweens, teens and Adults)
$201- $350
Sprague, Lindsay (Lynn) Microbes: Are they totally wicked? Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Food,
Science
This class has a lecture and a lab component. We are surrounded by, infiltrated, and even share our genes with microbes. Are they friend, or foe? Are you on a quest to annihilate your best allies? Patrons will be introduced to the world of beneficial microbes and how they protect us and promote our health. Patrons will learn about different classes of microbes, their morphology, and learn how to culture petri-film, and test pH of various experimental mediums. Would compliment nicely with a reading of Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions, or Rodney Deitert's The Human Super-Organism. Suitable for 2017 summer reading programs.
$101- $200
1, Mad Science Digging for Dinosaurs Science
GREAT TOPIC to COORDINATE WITH THE 2013 SUMMER READING TOPIC -- DIG INTO READING! We'll take you on a journey to a time when giant retiles ruled the earth. Children will examine real fossil casts and explore the differences in the teeth of herbivorous and carnivorous dinosaurs. Students will participate in a mini-dinosaur excavation and make a cast of a dinosaur tooth to take home.
$201- $350
Sears, Susan Science of the Superabsorbant Science
What do astronauts and babies have in common? What mystery substance absorbs at least five times its own volume? Dissect a diaper and discover the answer. Compare different super-absorbent product. Grades 4- 8
$101- $200
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