SEABORG CENTER OFFERS SUMMER KIDS' PROGRAMS

MARQUETTE, Mich.—The Seaborg Mathematics and Science Center at Northern Michigan University still has openings in some of its summer college courses for elementary and middle school students. Morning sessions are from 9 a.m. to noon and afternoon sessions run from 1-4 p.m.

For updated availability and information, or to register, call 227-2002 or go to www.nmu.edu/summer. Children entering kindergarten in the fall may participate in the K-2 programs.  Most sessions cost $60; those with daily field trips cost $70.

            The following programs still had availability at press time:

            June 21-25: morning sessions Exploring our Senses, grades K-2; Build It Festival, 3-5; and Forensic Science 101, 6-8; afternoon sessions What Scientists Do, K-2, and Forensic Science 102, 6-8.

            June 28-July 2: morning sessions Mystery Festival, 3-5, and Rockin’ Roller Coaster Science, 6-8; and afternoon sessions Mystery Festival, K-2, and Robotics Challenge, 5-8.

            July 12-16: morning sessions Earth Science Rocks, K-2, and Electrical Connections, 6-8; and afternoon sessions Crawly Critters, K-2; Turtles and Toads, 3-5; and All Kinds of Engineering, 3-5; 

July 19-23: morning sessions Colors, Colors Everywhere, K-2;, and Electro-magnetism, 6-8; and afternoon sessions All About Magnets, K-2; Snack Tectonics, 3-5; Turtles and Toads, 3-5; and Serious Robotics Challenge, 6-8.

            July 26-30: morning sessions Rain Forests, K-2, and Motion and Design with K’Nex, 3-5; and afternoon sessions Kitchen Chemistry, K-2; Science Experiments with Toys, 3-5; and Advanced Turtles and Toads, 6-8. 

                                                                       



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