During this hands-on 4-week program, children in grades 3-6 will be building and manipulating a model, making it rain, taking measurements, and making observations. Sessions facilitated by members of Stevens College of Technology and Penn State’s Extension Program.
Sessions include: learning about the water cycle; building a water cycle in a jar (succulent plant, soil, water) to take home and watch grow; learning how water moves over the earth in natural areas and in developed areas and finding out about green infrastructure and stormwater management; learning about forests as water protectors and the value of forests as part of a comprehensive environmental system.
Students will become Future Forest Stewards (through Penn State Extension’s program), and are awarded an embroidered patch for their efforts!
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
Every Thursday. January 4th - January 25th 2018
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
The Milanof-Schock Library
1184 Anderson Ferry Road
Mount Joy, PA 17552