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Science Storytime

Science Storytime
Wed, Apr 26

10:30 am - 12:30 pm

A lifelong love of science starts with a spark! At Science Storytime, youngsters will begin to develop an inquisitive approach to the world through movement, dance, and joint discoveries. Read, ask questions, and celebrate creative thinking as you begin to ignite the spark of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) in your child. Though the event is free of charge, please register in advance! Groups can email rgiatras@fi.edu (click link below) with the number of attendees in their group.
  • Tickets

    Reservation required

    Price: Free; Donations accepted

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  • Location

    Smith Memorial Playground

    3500 Reservoir Drive

    Philadelphia, PA , 19121

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  • Speakers

    Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University - Story Time with Marty the Moose
    Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University - Story Time with Marty the Moose
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - Can You Build a Robot That Writes?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - Can You Build a Robot That Writes?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - Can You Build a Tower?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - Can You Build a Tower?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - Can You Make Fireworks in Your Kitchen?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - Can You Make Fireworks in Your Kitchen?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - What Floats Your Boat?
    Drexel University Lindy Center for Civic Engagement - What Floats Your Boat?
    Temple University - How Does Your Brain Recognize Your Own Body as Different From Other Bodies?
    Temple University - How Does Your Brain Recognize Your Own Body as Different From Other Bodies?
    The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education Nature Preschool - Which Shelter/House Can the Wind Blow Down?
    The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education Nature Preschool - Which Shelter/House Can the Wind Blow Down?
    The children will have the opportunity to build shelters/houses out of various natural materials, such as straw, sticks, and rocks. After building their shelter/house, they will try to blow it down to find out which materials used can resist the wind.