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Science Club

Science club will run as normal on Thursday. This will be the last science club session for those children currently attending.

In January the club will be repeated for those who missed out this term. 73 more words



This week, our Science Club members studied tornadoes.  A tornado is a rapidly spinning tube of air that touches both the ground and a cloud above. 170 more words

Polaris Branch


Today, for Science Club, the children learned about the persistence of vision. The persistence of vision is a phenomenon in which an afterimage of what you see stays on the retina for 1/25 second after you look away.   230 more words

Polaris Branch


This week, at  Antares, the members of the Science Club learned about boomerangs. Boomerangs were invented by the aborigenes of Australia. Some think they were used as hunting weapons, while others believe they were simply toys. 141 more words

Antares Branch

Why Robotics?

Why Robotics?

    by Liliana S.Giraud

    First steps…
    Setting up goals: Learning the basics .
    We need a design.
    Collecting stuff, getting  tools, equipment, robot parts.. 23 more words
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This week, at Polaris and Antares, our young scientists studied clouds. Although there are many different kinds of clouds, we focused on four: cumulus, cumulonimbus, cirrus and stratus. 243 more words

Polaris Branch


This week, at Antares, the members of the Science Club participated in a very special sort of contest. They raced small objects along a 3-foot track. 268 more words

Antares Branch