Popular and free event features exciting hands-on science activities for third through sixth graders
3/18/2009 11:02:32 AM
LYNCHBURG – Randolph College’s Society of Physics Students will offer the 5th Annual Science Day April 4 from 12- 5 p.m.
The free event is open to third through sixth graders and is designed to create excitement about science and to allow area children to experience exciting, science-related hands-on activities. Students must pre-register.
Sponsored by Areva, the event offers an afternoon of guided hands-on activities such as building an earthquake-proof house, a re-cycling race and Science Jeopardy. All participants receive a free t-shirt.
Teachers attending Science Day can register to receive recertification points and will be provided access to educational resources.
This year’s Science Day is included in a weekend of science-related events that are part of the college’s first ever Science Festival.
For more information on Science Day or to register, please see: http://physics.randolphcollege.edu/sps/SciDay/.
For more information on the Science Festival, which does not require registration, please see:
For more information on the Science Festival, which does not require registration, please see:http://physics.randolphcollege.edu/sps/scifest/.
To see photos and read about last year's event, please see: http://www.randolphcollege.edu/x15201.xml
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CONTACT: Brenda Edson, Director of Communications