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Date:
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Time:
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Location:
Categories:
Children, Leap into Science, Learn @ the Library, STEM/STEAM

LEAP into Science!

Squirrels are perhaps most well known for “squirreling-away,” that is, gathering and storing, nuts to eat later. So, when we see busy squirrels in the fall, we tend to associate their heightened activity with gathering a food supply for the winter. However, squirrels have a lesser-known fall project that is more noticeable once the trees have lost their leaves. Like all animals, squirrels need food, water, and shelter to survive in a habitat, but we learn through this lesson that the squirrel, our animal neighbor, is especially resourceful.

LEAP into Science is designed to engage children and families in science and literacy learning. It integrates hands-on science activities with relevant children's books, promoting science learning skills and literacy development.

Limited to 10 participants. For Ages 6 to 12.

 

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Crystal Sanchez

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