The Seaborg Mathematics & Science Center
2014 Fall Weekend College for Kids
Enrichment classes for students in grades K-6.
All classes run from 9 a.m. - noon.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Grades K-1 – Discovering the Rain Forest – Want to fly with bats and toucans? Hop among tree frogs? Run with Jaguars? Explore and experience the science and life of the Rainforest!
Grades 2-3 – It's OK to Play with your Food – Let's get weird and wacky with these food science experiments. Blow up marshmallows, eat candles, and so much more. Test your "egg-spectations" and prepare to be amazed.
Grades 4-6 – This May SHOCK You – Come explore static and current electricity. Put your scientist skills to work by creating electricity using pop cans, balloons, shoe boxes, fruit, and even the common potato.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Grades K-1 – Spooky Science – Enjoy a morning full of spooky Halloween science experiments! Make glow in the dark slime, create a foaming ghost, and dissolve marshmallows in this fun and exciting science class.
Grades 2-3 – Teapots to Toilets: Science in the Home – From kitchen to bathrooms, and anything in between, your house if full of cool experiments for you to explore. Come do the messy experiments that mom and dad won't let you do at home!
Grades 4-6 – Reaping the Seeds of Minecraft – If you were one of the only people left on the Earth would you know how to survive? Grow your own society from the grid up using seeds, soil, and Minecraft.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Grades K-1 – Oceans, Animals, Waves, Oh My! – Come explore the depths of the oceans and the creatures that call it home. Make a splash creating your own waves, learn why the ocean is salty, and find out how waves make beach glass. This beats Shark Week!
Grades 2-3 – Racing into Force and Motion – How can you make objects go faster and farther? Come experiment with force and motion by swinging things from the ceiling and competing to make your car #1!
Grades 4-6 – Cell You What! – Cells make up living things, but what makes up cells? Join us in exploring cells and learn how they function. Come get cell-smart and leave with an edible creation!
The Seaborg Center accepts credit cards or checks payable to Northern Michigan University.
Mailing address: Northern Michigan University
1401 Presque Isle