Tue, Jan 03|
Winter Science Workshop for G3-6
Greet the New Year with some science! Learn some Astronomy and Earth Sciences in the workshop happening on the first week of January. Ideal for students in G3-6. Register here for Zoom Links.
Time & Location
Jan 03, 6:00 p.m. EST – Jan 06, 6:45 p.m. EST
About the Event
The Schedule of the Winter Science Workshop
45 minutes each day from January 3 Tuesday to January 6 Friday. 6:00pm - 6:45 pm Eastern Time.
The content for each day does not repeat.
Recommended to students of Grades 3 - 6.
January 3, Day 1: Creation of the Universe. The lesson for this day will be about the Big Bang theory and the formation of solar systems and many celestial bodies. This will also briefly talk about black holes.
January 4, Day 2: The Cosmos. This lesson will focus on stars and the stellar life cycle. It will describe the stages of a star and will mention black holes in much more detail.
January 5, Day 3: Earth. This lesson will focus on the creation of Earth and the moon, and how life slowly emerged on Earth. This will talk about some of the eras on Earth and mention life up to the age of dinosaurs.
January 6, Day 4: Evolution & Humans. This lesson will focus on the principles of evolution and how natural selection greatly impacts how life changes over time. It will also focus on humans and humanity.
Please send one form for one student. You may choose to register for part or all of the days that interest you. Thank you.