Science Teacher Sarah and Science Adventure Kids
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Monday 2/20 Become an archaeologist discovering and analyzing real artifacts that show how New York changed through time. Dig down, layer by layer in Manhattan. What do you find? Historical clues! Today we will excavate layers of fun at the South Street Seaport Museum!
Tuesday 2/21 will be an extra awesome camp day. Join us to explore more! We've got something up our sleeve that we know you'll LOVE!
We will do hands on projects and experiments. Students will have the opportunity to visit our on-site animal menagerie to care for, feed or pet some of our many non-human friends. The short wave cave may be enjoyed as we learn about different types of light.
Wednesday 2/22 At Tenafly Nature Center, we will discover and identify different types of trees. Maple trees are one common tree we might find locally, along with other some intriguing wildlife hiding around each bend. Not everyone sleeps through the winter. Tree tapping tempts us to savor the sap while exploring the wild diversity that surrounds us. A seasonal and regional adventure beckons.
Thursday 2/23 is an in class day. We will do hands on projects and experiments. Students will have the opportunity to visit our on-site animal menagerie to care for, feed or pet some of our many non-human friends. The short wave cave may be enjoyed as we learn about different types of light.
Friday 2/24 A strange and enchanting substance makes it’ way to14th St. What could it be? It looks like a brightly colored cloud. How does it feel? What will cause it’s texture to change? Cotton Candy Time brings us a guest expert to teach us the ins and outs of this delicate fluff, as well as showing us the inner workings of a cotton candy machine! We’ll watch and analyze the spinning process that will invite us to answer many questions along the way. The biggest question of course will be, when do we get to taste it?
Some field trips are subject to change.
Time: We start at 9 am and finish at 3 pm. Field trips may return as late as 3:30. Extended day till 5:30 or early drop off is available upon request for an additional fee.
Drop-Off Location: 112 west 14th St. #3W Buzz #5 between 6th and 7th Aves.
Lunch: All Jr. Scientists must bring their own completely disposable lunch.
For the field trips, we will store lunches in a cooler until lunchtime.
NO LUNCH BOXES, please.
Price: Individual Day: $90 Full week (M- F) $400
Take $5 off per day if payment is received prior to the week of enrollment.
Fees include admission, snacks, transportation and prizes. Field trips are subject to change.
Extended day till 5:30 additional $20 per day Early Drop off $10 starting as early as 7:45
$20 for adults planning to attend field trips, and please be sure to make an escort reservation.
Students are obligated to wear camp t shirts on field trip days.
Regular t-shirt: $20 Glow In The Dark t-shirt $25
For low cost options please inquire with our office.
Buy a STS back bag, $10, perfect for all the things your Jr. Scientist might find along the way.
We are happy to offer our Junior Assistant program for 11-14 year-olds.
They still count as students and are welcome to participate in all activities,
but help the younger kids have even more fun.
For questions or reservations, please give us a call
(646) 374-1721 or email@example.com