October 28, 2022 (Friday)
Science Night is October 28th for kids and family to spend two exciting hours from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at Evergreen Elementary's Eagles Nest. Please be on time and stay from start to end to experience Mad Science stations and Robotics and more with hands-on experiences. Please see the schedule below if you wish to plan to be there for an hour or less.
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DESCRIPTION OF EXPERIMENTS
Figure out the science of forensics in a hands-on look at crime scenes. Solve the age old question of who stole the cookie from the cookie jar by using fingerprints, bite plates and more. Take home your very own fingerprint chart. This one is so much fun, it’s criminal!
3, 2, 1...Blast off! Join us for an exciting rocket launch from ground zero! Check out the awesome film canister and stomp rockets!
Ever wonder where the saying “opposites attract” comes from? Join us in this exploration of the principles of magnetism, and then make your very own floating magnet to take home for more experiments.
Pop, jump and flip on over to this station to learn how energy is never wasted...just changed. With the help of some hopping, springing and falling toys, watch as energy goes back and forth from kinetic (moving) energy to potential (stored) energy.
Make your own slime.
Who doesn't love rainbows? Show kids how milk can make a rainbow and let them explore various shapes and colors.
Kids will explore how black holes are formed and learn intriguing facts about black hole that will spark their imagination.