Joel Phillips at Quick Study Labs is offering a summer full of science fun...FOR FREE! I am not sure how I originally heard about this but I am so glad I did. I signed the boys up for Summer Club geared toward ages 12 and up. (even though V is only 11, I had permission to put him in the higher class) C is signed up for Kids Club intended for ages 8-11. There are five summer projects and each project lasts two weeks. There are no deadlines, no real schedules to follow and everything is done at home. Most of the materials needed can be found around home except for a multimeter, which can be found at hardware and auto parts stores or can be purchased at Joel's site for a pretty good price. He had a limited number of spaces for this summer program and those filled up pretty fast, but he had some late minute dropouts. If you are interested in signing your kids up for some Summer Science Fun visit www.quickstudylabs.com/register_club_guest.htm. I don't think you will be sorry you did.
Folding the plastic wrap to make the terrarium.
Hanging the bean up
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