Thanks to COVID-19 cancelling all of our school and library programs for the forseeable future, we're trying some new things to get you excited about science. First up, a collaboration with the folks at Concrete Couch to bring live-streamed interactive hands-on science activities into your home using Zoom video conferencing. Thursday, April 16th, 2020 at 3 pm (MDT) join us for one of our most popular science demonstrations as we show you how to super-cool water and make it freeze instantly! Sure you can just watch our YouTube video and do it anytime you want, but it will be more fun doing it together and we'll be there to answer your questions in real time! This class will be best for kids about 8-14 years old, but parents are also welcome to help younger kids give it a try.
If you want to participate, just RSVP to Concrete Couch and they will send you the link and other information you need to join the Zoom classroom. And in case you can make it live, we plan to record the class so you can watch it later. If you want to be super prepared, you can study our Cool Chemistry experiment page and maybe we'll let you teach the class ?
We'll offer a new Cool Science class every Thursday at 3 pm, so be sure to check the calendar on our home page for details. And BTW, Concrete Couch will be live streaming other classes on lots of fun topics every other day of the week, so be sure to check out their calendar as well.
If you have any questions you can post them in the Comments box below. Hope to see you Thursday!
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