Hands-on education to satisfy young scientific minds

November 5, 2013 by  

Coming up later this week is ‘Weird Science’, a hands-on learning experience designed for kindergarten students to explore the wonderful world of science through the use of hands-on activities and fun. Brochure and poster printing may have been chosen by the establishment to spread the word about this unique program to people in Forest Hills and the surrounding regions.

The scheme will let guests explore a number of suitably gruesome things that will no doubt appeal to the kids, including what happens inside the human body. There will be information on why the body creates mucus if we are sick, as well as why the body forms scabs and scars if we have a cut.

Hands-on studies will take place involving experimentation with density, and each guest will get to create a cool masterpiece using unique materials. Guests will also be able to create a fountain as they investigate the science wonder of mixing Methos and Diet Coke and come to understand the chemical reaction behind it. Weird Science will let guests indulge their natural learning through curiosity and creativity through gaming and studying the effects.

The cost to attend is $275 per person or $250 for members. It will be happening on Friday, November 8, from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm at the New York Hall of Science located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona, New York, just down the road from Forest Hills. To learn more, or topurchase tickets, visit the venue’s website.