This staff-guided program makes an excellent day time activity for an entire grade, school or group. You provide the volunteers and the students, and Science Central provides the rest. The exploration includes stations with fun educational hands-on tabletop activities. In a structured format, groups of no more than 80 students rotate through the stations per hour. Call for more details and specific pricing.
|Exploration Stations||Time||Group Size||First||Consecutive|
|Basic||50-60 Min.||1 to 80||$325||$150|
Get the inside story at this Exploration Station. Explore the world of the human body, and find out what your bones look like, make an edible model of DNA, and test your lung capacity. It’s all about you - inside and out.
Engineering In Space
Take a trip through the solar system and visit the International Space Station. You will blast off, eat like an astronaut, step into astronaut suits and try to build structures while wearing astronaut gloves. It will be an out-of-this world experience.
What do you get when you cross science AND math? Fun...go figure! Blow giant table bubbles that you can measure. Make an endless circle with just 6 inches of paper. Try your hand at the estimation table; give it your best guess.
Science In Motion
Have a great time creating motion with chemistry and physics. Blow up a balloon with the power of chemistry; balance a paper clown on one finger, or even your nose. Create two color polymers, and watch as the colors collide and combine. Levitate magnets, move cars mysteriously and manipulate magnetic motion.
You will “dig” this Exploration Station as you delve into Indiana’s geology. Why is Indiana so flat? We will recreate in one evening what happened over a very long period of time. Dig into Indiana’s past and discover the sea animals that used to live here. Heat, pressure, and time are the primary ingredients for metamorphic rock, and you will make a rock model of your own.
Rain or shine, families will have fun exploring wild changing weather. Make an edible model of three types of clouds. Learn about measuring the weather when you make a paper thermometer, weather vane and wind meter. Make a water cycle bracelet, with each bead representing a different process in the water cycle.
For more information or to register, contact 260-424-2400, Ext. 417.