- Audience: Children aged 8-12. This activity can be done in a classroom, an after-school program, or at a community youth center.
- When students are taught with hands-on materials, they truly learn science—while also improving in subjects such as reading, writing, math, and language development.
- Children are naturally inquisitive and volunteers leading this “learning by doing” experiment will enjoy the interaction with students. Making something as a group brings people closer together.
What’s the commitment?
- 2 hours to present the idea and coordinate with an organization or school, prepare materials, and learn the experiment
- 1 hour to conduct the activity