Students see the power of this invisible gas with the help of vortex generators and our special vacuum pump.
Learn about how these soapy spheres are made and try creating one bigger than you!
Center of Gravity
Explore gravity by balancing birds, stacking \nrobots, and testing your own balance!
Circuits and Static Electricity
Students are “shocked” to learn how electricity \nworks all around us as they experience the \nVan De Graaf Generator.
Discover detective science with real methods used by forensic scientists, such as fingerprinting and handwriting analysis.
Youngsters will dig this station as they turn into assistant paleontologists with a mini dinosaur dig that will engage their attention, as well as their scientific skills.
This very “cool” station has screaming screwdrivers, shivering quarters, foggy bubbles, and more!
Flight and Aeronautics
Soar into this station all about flying machines and the forces that act upon them.
Heat and Conductivity
We will harness some heat as we excite molecules, learn about thermometers, and create a hot air balloon in this dynamic station.
Study the science of your insides! Discover how our hearts sound using real stethoscopes and take a look at how our bones hold us together.
Lights, Lenses, and Lasers
Laser mazes, catching shadows and bending light, are just a few of the exciting activities students perform to become “enlightened”.
Students will find themselves attracted to this table, learning what makes metal magnetic and the invisible patterns they can make.
Measuring and Metrics
See how mass, volume, and metrics are sometimes more than meets the eye. We think this station really measures up.
Mechanics and Machines
Launch into fun while learning about simple machines including gears, pulleys, and catapults.
Come see this station all about light. Explore such optic topics as refraction, diffraction, and reflection!
Students will explore the density, chemistry, and buoyancy of the building blocks of our universe.
Don’t let your mind fool you with these brainbending illusions!
Physics in Motion
Investigate motion by experimenting with gyroscopes, penny centrifuges, even mini tornadoes!
Response and Adaptation
Ever wonder how creatures adapt to their environments? We answer this question with the help of squirmy friends.
Get your hands on a batch of stretchy, bouncy, and sticky polymers.
Experience how vibrations are the key to hearing as students create sounds through solids, liquids, and gases.
Wind and Weather
Mini meteorologists discover how hurricanes, tornadoes, and thunderstorms develop.