This evening we attended the school's science night. They had ten stations for the kids to try different activities, and the kids needed to articulate what they learned. I failed to take pictures at the best stations, the microscope and the robot exhibit. SS was able to see up close cells, onion skin, lice, breast cancer cells, and lake water organisms. The robot exhibit was very neat, the robots are created by children in kindergarten to third grade. SS was mesmerized by what she saw. Good, since we are signing her up for the club.
E and SS building a house using stale marshmallows and toothpicks. Going to save the idea for a rainy day.
Making a rocket using a straw, paper and tape.
Then came the fun part, seeing how far SS could propel the rocket by blowing on the straw.
Paper airplane station.
Lighting a light bulb by using a crank.
Making flubber, first water and glue are combined.
Add borax and knead thoroughly.
And that is how SS turned a liquid into a solid.