Science World and NS3 present Big Science for Little Hands, a resource
designed specifically for educators and caregivers of children ages 2 to
5 years. Big Science for Little Hands workshops are where educators and
caregivers can try out a variety of fun, hands-on activities and spend
time teasing out the science concepts of each activity and discuss ways
to encourage scientific literacy in young children.
Wet & Dry: Wet and dry bags, sponges and sand castles. Sticky Stuff: Velcro, glue and other sticky things.
Why is glue sticky and what happens when it dries? How is Velcro
connected to nature? What do we mean by wet and dry? Investigate these
questions with lots of hands-on activities.
Wendy Lorch is the Early Learning Specialist at Science World overseeing
the Wonder Gallery for under 5s, Preschool Curiosity Club, a caregiver
participation class for preschoolers and their special adults and Big
Science for Little Hands, a free science resource designed specifically
for educators that work with early learners.
Location: Langley CCRR office 20577 Fraser Hwy, Langley