Young children are natural scientists, rationally making observations, testing hypotheses, analyzing data and reaching conclusions. Join us on Tuesday, October 16, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm to keep our students engaged and excited about STEM subjects.
The Family Science Night offers a variety of engaging, hands–on science activities such as Castle Geometry: Math in 3D!; Are you My Baby?: Animal Adaptations; How Slow Can You Go?: Defying Gravity; Fingerprint Analysis: Forensic Science; Shrink Me!: Taking Metric Measurements and many more. These experiments are specially designed to help encourage students to take interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects, as well as to encourage students to develop curiosity in everyday life situations.