Tinker, create, and explore.
Monday, March 12, 2018, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Sign up deadline is Thursday, March 8.
Opportunity for homeschool families
A time for homeschool students to tinker, create, and explore science concepts at Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum.
The Great Vegetation Transformation
What is an adaptation? How do plants get what they need to survive? Why are plants important to us even if we don’t like to eat our broccoli? Join us for Tinker Club on March, 12th from 9-2 to explore answers to these questions and more. From constructing models of cells to designing our own investigations, we will work together to develop a better understanding of how plants are the ultimate transformers.
Who: Students 6 and older
Where: Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum
Bring: Nut-free snack and lunch
Cost: $20 per student (member/non-member)
Please note: Limited to the first 12 students signed up.
SAVE THE DATES for Upcoming Sessions (Registration details coming soon.)
April: Chemistry (four-day series beginning April 9)
May 14: Human Body (second Monday)
June 11: Archaeology (plus an additional off-site day to visit working archaeological dig site)
For more information about this program contact:
Paula Townsend, Education Coordinator
[email protected] | 802-282-2678
Sarah Vooris, Homeschool Volunteer
* Tinker Club is a drop-off activity at the museum. However, caregivers who are interested in co-teaching/facilitating or leading a future club, please contact Sarah.
Register online or at the museum by March 8, 2018.
Thank you for your interest in participating in Tinker Club. Registration is now closed. Please email [email protected] for further inquiry.