Wed, Sep 30|
4-5 pm CDT
Drop-in STEAM: Kitchen Science - Homemade Butter
In this Kitchen Science drop-in class, we will conduct an experiment to see how the separation of fat and liquid can produce butter.
Time & Location
Sep 30, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT
4-5 pm CDT
About The Course
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. In this Kitchen Science class, we will allow kids to experience science in a new way: delicious, relatable and fun! Kids will connect their STEAM knowledge to everyday activities and events and, as a result, deepen their understanding of and interest in science. Our young scientists are encouraged to ask questions, think critically, experiment, explain their reasoning, read, write, create models, and, of course, have fun with science! In this class, we will explore chemical engineering.
Wednesday, Sept. 30th, 4pm - 5pm CDT (5-6pm EST)
Supplies: we are keeping supplies to the minimum. You will receive a list of supplies for each class once you register.
Important: This will be a large group live class held via Zoom. Once you register you will receive a link to the meeting. No special equipment is required, you can use your phone or computer to participate in the class. Adult supervision may be required for some of the activities.
Drop-In: Kitchen Science$12.00