workshop banner

STEM Heroes w/ Ola (Grades K-1)

in: Virtual on: Thursday
meets: 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, 3/25, 4/1, 4/8, 4/15, 4/29
time: 4:00-5:00

What does a scientist look like? What about an engineer? A mathematician?

Come meet the people who dedicated their lives to finding out how the world works. We’ll learn about the passions that drove them, the impact they left behind, and the challenges they overcame.

In this literacy-based workshop, we will read about a different scientist or engineer each week. Then, we will make a model, toy, or craft that connects us to their discoveries or inventions.

Examples include:
– Make a chimpanzee to celebrate Jane Goodall’s pioneering work in primatology and conservation
– Model a black hole to explore Stephen Hawking’s predictions about black holes
– Build a double helix to share Rosalind Franklin’s insights into DNA structure

This class is designed for students in grades K-1.

*Workshop materials are included with purchase and will be made available for pick up (see below)

Material Pick Up Location and Times

Burbank Elementary at parking lot door (266 School Street, Belmont)

February 26th, 3:30-5PM

Please call 781-296-2471 with questions!

PLEASE NOTE! If your child is enrolled in 20-21 After School, virtual workshops are free!

When checking out, select “Yes” for the question “Does your child currently attend After School?” to receive the discounted price.

Due to restrictions of our registration system, a $1 fee must be collected when signing up. The $1 will be refunded. We apologize for any inconvenience!

Registration is currently full