Mad Science: Crazy Chemworks

Friday, February 9, 2024 - Friday, March 15, 2024
Co-Ed
Southeast Elementary 5704 NW Northwood Rd Kansas CityMO  64151
Friday, February 9, 2024 - Friday, March 15, 2024
Co-Ed
Southeast Elementary 5704 NW Northwood Rd Kansas CityMO  64151

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Mad Science: Crazy Chemworks

Feb 09 - Mar 15 (Friday)

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Southeast Elementary

$104.25

Meeting Dates

From Feb 09, 2024 to Mar 15, 2024

Each Friday from 04:15 PM to 05:15 PM

About This Activity

We invite your student to join our interactive after-school science club that fosters creative thinking and problem-solving. As a group, students will choose 6 out of these 8 fun science adventures! Chem in a Flash: Take a trip through Chemical Reactions and learn how to control them. Experiment with oxidation, crystallization, quick-acting reactions such as precipitation and acid-base reactions, test limiting reagents, and a color-changing electrolysis demonstration. Dry Ice Capades: Probe the shifting states of matter! Observe melted and resolidified metal, use dry ice to explore properties of matter at extreme temperatures, and test volumetric differences between solids and gases. Glow Show: Illuminate fluorescence and phosphorescence in common objects, including in money for security. Junior Reactors: Demonstration of physical and chemical reactions followed by hands-on experiments to understand the size of atoms, a creative molecular session, explore how atoms join together and how molecules react. Lab Works: Students learn to manipulate an assortment of lab equipment through hands-on activities. They will learn to proper lab techniques including liquids transfer and how to swirl with an Erlenmeyer flask. pH Phactor: Students explore the crazy chemistry of acids, bases, and pH Phactors hydrogen and hydroxide. Apply the Phantastic pH test to common household chemicals. Bring a mystery liquid to a perfect pH balance. The Phestival ends with a Stopper-Popper reaction! Slime Time: Students will learn about slime and its basic ingredients in a series of hands-on activities. Use polymer paper clips and cross-linking magnetic marbles to examine the properties of slime. Stir up multiple concoctions and test them in the Slime Olympics. Super Sticky Stuff: Examine the workings of Velcro hook-and-loop fasteners, tape adhesives, wet glues. Rank strengths, determine the optimal glue for a material, test concepts of suction, hydrogen bonding, and static cling.

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