Youth Science Series
Winter Mad Science Club: Natural Disasters, Weather and more.
January 17 - February 7
$46 / 4 weeks
Cost includes all materials
For boys and girls ages 7-12
Min. Club Members 12, Max 20
Explore the wacky, wild, and sometimes funny side of science. The winter session will focus on Weather and Natural Disasters: what is a tsunami, how does a volcano affect the Rocky Mountain landscape? Scientists will keep a lab book where they journal their predictions, sketch their observations and draw conclusions.
The Mad Science Club's goal is to develop stronger science observation and inquiry skills through practical applications.
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Mrs. Hunt is a certified teacher and Librarian who worked for the Library of Congress prior to moving to Estes. She has an MA in Educational Technology and an MLS (Master's of Library Science). She currently teaches through Estes Park Options.
Instructor: Erin Hunt, Homeschool Instructor and Owner of Wild Child
Location: All classes will meet at The Wild Child, 1751 N Lake Ave Unit 107 ( Lakeview Plaza).
Top Image: Girls working on jelly crystals
Middle Image: Girls dissecting an owl pellet and uncovering the skeleton of its last meal.