Family Science Outside: Weather Wonders (Week 1: Winds of Change and Signs of Storms)
Family Science Outside: Weather Wonders brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors! During Week 1, "Winds of Change"learn how to measure wind and assess the risks of and damages done by storms.
These weekly choose-your-own adventure style experiences are a perfect escape from screens, but also a real-world supplement to school studies (aligned with many area school curricula, and state and national standards).
Each week’s program includes:
Activities with the Jennings staff, including introductory explorations, games, and guidance on using exploration tools A loaner kit to aid in your family’s investigations, including items like weather instruments, measuring tools, and moreAn investigation guide to complete together as a family while out and about exploringResources for continuing the explorations and learning at homeWhen? Week 1 – October 19, 21, and 24. Families/cooperative groups/”pods” can register for their own time slot each week. Time slots are available for one family/cooperative group/”pod” at a time (max 12 people/group) at 9, 11, or 1 each day.
Who? Especially meant for families with children in grades 2-6, but siblings welcome.
What? With a new set of investigations each week, there’s always something different to explore – sign up for one time slot per week for as many weeks as you like. Activities are designed to last 1.5-2 hours.
How? Registration is required for each week’s sessions by clicking the register button or by calling 724-794-6011. When registering, register a responsible adult, and provide names for participants and ages for children in the “Additional Info We Should Know” section. Valid Driver’s License required for kit reservation.
The following COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place:
Masks: masks are strongly encouraged when indoorsSocial Distancing: required between Jennings staff and participantsAll materials will be thoroughly sanitized All should practice thorough and frequent hand washing and sanitizingWe ask participants to stay home if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19, are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who has been diagnosed or is experiencing symptoms.