|Think with BINK: A Fort Detrick Alliance STEM Program for Kids (grades 1-5)|
Event Type: STEM Program|
Age Group(s): children with an adult, elementary, middle school
Start Time: 4:00 PM
End Time: 4:45 PM
A visiting scientist from the Fort Detrick Alliance will teach us all about STEM each month!Library: C. Burr Artz Public Library
February 4: Where Are You Hiding?
Animals need every advantage they can get to survive in the wild. Some animals are strong with teeth, claws, and hooves which they use to protect themselves. Some animals are small and delicate. Have you ever thought about how animals hide, or camouflage, themselves from other animals who might eat them? Some animals even hide themselves so that their prey won?t see them until it is too late! Let?s explore through science some of the fascinating ways animals hide themselves in the wild.
February 19: Oobleck: The Dr. Seuss Science Experiment
Lauren Beeson, the Fort Detrick GEMS Coordinator and Educational Consultant will lead this hands-on session with plenty of gooey fun. Learn about a non-Newtonian fluid that acts like a solid and a liquid at the same time and make your own Oobleck!
Grades 1-5, with an adult.
This program is sponsored by FCPL and the Fort Detrick Alliance.
Location: CBA Community Room
Link: Fort Detrick Alliance
Status: Waiting List