Science Stations 2023
As an expansion of our Science Fair, students (and a parent) may sign up to run a "science station." In an effort to make science come alive and provide demonstrations for attendees, we are asking for volunteers to run hands-on activites on Thursday, February 23rd from 6:30-8:00, during the evening open house of the Science Fair. Space is limited, so sign up quickly to get your spot!
- Students may choose this option in place of, or in addition to, the traditional science fair project board.
- Students must be accompanied by a parent for the duration of the time signed up for the station.
Parents and students who sign up are also asked to supply the necessary materials for making sure the station can operate (Don't worry, the materials are very basic and inexpensive.) If you need some assistance in gathering supplies, please contact Mr. Radcliff or Mr. McComsey and we'll try to help you acquire what you need.
- Students who sign up should be familiar with the science behind the activity and be able to explain to visitors what is happening and why.
- You may sign up for a "Suggested" Science Station or you may "Create Your Own."
How to sign up for a "Suggested" Science Station
Step 1: Please see the Science Station Suggestions listed below, and click on them to read directions.
4. Hot and Cold
5. Lava Lamp
7. Ninja Sticks
10. Vinegar Solution
Step 2: After deciding on a science station, be sure to click on the following link to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0544aeaa23ab9-science7
How to sign up for a "Create Your Own" Science Station
Step 1: If you would like to submit your own idea for a science station, please email Mr. Radcliff (Jradcliff@cbsd.org) or Mr. McComsey (Bmccomsey@cbsd.org) with your idea and, if approved, we will add it to the list.
Step 2: Have fun preparing and running your science station!
If you have any questions or need help getting supplies, please contact Mr. Radcliff (email@example.com) or Mr. McComsey (firstname.lastname@example.org).