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GSU summer camp investigates simple and complex machines

June 26, 2018 Leave a comment

A few spaces are available in Georgia State University’s Saturday School summer camp, a day camp that will be held July 9-13 on the university’s downtown campus.

This year’s camp topic is simple and complex machines. The camp information flyer breaks down how students of different ages — from kindergarten through 8th grade — will approach aspects of physics and engineering related to machines and the work they do.

 

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Categories: Summer programs

Firefly Watch welcomes kid scientists

June 8, 2018 Leave a comment

Firefly Watch is a low-commitment, fun way to involve children in scientific research. If you can spend 10 minutes a week observing fireflies in your back yard, you can take part in this project that helps Tufts University researchers track firefly populations across North America. It’s easy to do, and the web site allows you to see how your data compares with what observers in other regions are seeing.

Firefly Watch began in 2008 as a program of the Museum of Science in Boston. It’s now part of Mass Audubon.

Categories: Enrichment