September 15, 16, and 17 will be three FREE power days of super fun science activities in an online group setting! Register NOW at sciencecatchup.com/join.
The Kids Science Challenge aims to engage elementary school-aged children and their families in hands-on science experiments in a live, interactive forum. Make potions bubble, marvel at optical illusions, and turn an egg inside-out without cracking the shell – and learn the science behind the transformations!
The Challenge will take place each day live via Zoom at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. Can’t make the live show? All registrants have access to watch a replay of the video at your convenience. But if you CAN attend live, please do! Interaction is an important component of the Science Challenge. Kids are encouraged to share their results and have fun with the group.
In addition to getting hands-on with science, a lively interactive private Facebook group will provide a platform for discussions and questions outside of the live event. There will also be contests with prizes!
The 3-Day Kids Science Challenge is led by Karen McFarlane Holman, Ph.D. She is an enthusiastic, award-winning chemistry professor with 30 years experience teaching science.
Karen has been carrying out science discussions, explanations, and experiments via Facebook livestreams all summer.
“When it was decided that local schools would be online in the fall, I decided to create a program that allows for live interaction. I want to help children learn science in a way that is fun and focuses on curiosity, not right or wrong answers,” said Karen.
The 3-Day Kids Science Challenge takes place September 15-17, 2020. To participate, sign up FREE anytime before the first session at sciencecatchup.com/join. Also, if you join after the first session or two, you can still join and have access to the sessions that you missed.