Please join us in welcoming guest presenters, The John McConnell Math and Science Center, to Walking Mountains in Avon!
Have you ever been to the Math and Science Center in Grand Junction? If you have, you know that this is one COOL place. Kids AND adults alike can spend hours tinkering and playing with all of their interactive math and science exhibits. This weekend we are lucky enough to have them visit Walking Mountains with some of their super fun, hands-on stations.
Discover how the world works by playing with a variety of hands-on experiments and demonstrations presented by instructors from the Math and Science Center. Work through stations covering many science, technology, engineering and math concepts through interactive learning.
Specific activities on Saturday, April 12th will focus on chemistry, engineering and biology. Kids will be able to interact, create their own hypotheses and find conclusions to experiments with the following:
- Testing strawberry DNA
- Testing surface tension through chemistry
- An activity related to sound
- Snap circuits and experimentation with electricity
- Building and experimenting with water rocket engineering
Target youth age 2nd-5th grades. $10/family.
You won’t want to miss this event, stop in after a morning on the slopes for some super science fun! Call (970) 827-9725 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions