All programs provide hands-on STEM opportunities and meet the Next Generation Science Standards. Pre-visit and post-visit lessons and materials will be provided to incorporate the experience into your curricula.
Cost: $5 per student, one adult per 5 kids free, additional adults $5
Reservations: Call to book your time
Class size: The museum can only accommodate one class up to 20 students at a time. If you want to share a bus with a second class we recommend one class visit the Energy Innovation Center and then switch places. You will need to call to reserve your time there.
Program/Museum Time: One and a half hours
Pre-K and Kindergarten – Motion Commotion
Investigate the science of force and motion with you class. You and your students will design a solution to a challenge and conduct experiments to test your ideas on how things move.
First Grade – Light the Way
Have you ever wondered how light travels from one point to another? What makes a shadow? Why does light shine better through some objects than others? Have you ever experienced TOTAL darkness? In this field trip, students will explore these questions and use their knowledge to engineer a device that uses light to communicate.
First Grade – Sound-off!
Have you ever wondered how sound travels? What makes sounds different from each other? Why do some sounds hurt my ears? Have you ever SEEN a sound? In this field trip, students will explore these questions and use their knowledge to engineer a device that uses sound to communicate when modern technology is unavailable
Second Grade – Bee-ing Helpful
Have you ever wondered how an apple tree makes apples? What is that yellow powder in the center a flower? Why are there so many different kinds of flowers? Have you ever wished you could be a bee? In this field trip, students will explore these questions and use their knowledge to engineer a device to help pollinate flowers.
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