Come and learn about Chemistry!
What is matter and why is it not always the same? Students will observe physical and chemical changes with fun experiments such as turning pennies into gold, making crystals, and watching popcorn "dance." They will also use litmus paper and a universal indicator to learn all about acids, bases, and indicators.
All children must be pre-registered to attend Science in the Summer classes. A parent must come in person to the library to fill out and sign the registration form for his or her child. This exciting program is for children entering 2nd through 6th grades.
Science in the Summer will be offered from June 30 through July 3. Registration begins on May 1
|Morning||Level I (grades 2-3)||10am-10:45am|
|Level II (grades 4-6)||11:15am-12pm|
|Afternoon||Level I (grades 2-3)||1pm-1:45pm|
|Level II (grades 4-6)||2:15pm-3pm|
What is Science in the Summer?
Science in the Summer is a fun and free science education program sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline and administered by the Franklin Institute, which introduces students to the wonderful and fascinating world of science.
Through classes held at the library and taught by certified teachers, this program gets kids excited about science with hands-on experiments. Classes are small with 15 students each, so be sure to register early.