Imagination Station will be OPEN on Memorial Day
Monday, May 27 from 10-5 pm

Theater Closed Today

We Bring Hands-On Learning to You

The science center comes to your classroom and it's as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. We bring all the materials needed for one hour of exciting hands-on learning.
  2. As your partner, we provide extension activities to make a larger impact and give you more time for lesson planning.
  3. We have programs for all ages and interests - with topics like chemistry, fossils, engineering, dissections and the environment.

For details and reservations, call 419-244-2674 ext. 134

NEW THIS YEAR

Protecting our Waterways,
The Science of the Solar Eclipse and
Science, Engineering and Social Emotional Learning

Chemistry - Grades 3-8
Chemistry has never been so interesting! Students will discover substances with strange and surprising properties. They will explore the differences between chemical and physical changes while experimenting with film canister rockets and endothermic and exothermic reactions.

Cow Eye Dissection - Grades 6-8
Take your students’ understanding of biology to a new level by exploring the eye of a cow! Through the technique of dissection, they’ll examine the wonders of the cow’s interior eye. Walk away with an understanding of the difference between the vitreous humor and aqueous humor…and a new perspective on how we see the world around us.

Engineering Together - Grades 2-8
During this workshop, students will work together as they confront an engineering challenge as they design and build, and where collaboration and communication is key! Using the engineering design process, your class will think like engineers and see the creative and dynamic side of this important field.

Exciting Energy - Grades K-4
Explore the exciting world of energy as students discover what conducts and what insulates, how sounds are created, the difference between kinetic and potential energy and so much more!

Fossils Rock! - Grades Pre-K-5

Let your students travel back in time using scientific inquiry to discover the prehistoric world. During this workshop, students will become paleontologists and dig for fossils to learn how scientists study creatures that disappeared 65 million years ago. Preschool and Kindergarten students will explore the same content with an added literacy component in a special workshop just for them–Little Big Dig!

Marble Machines - Grades K-12
Can you speed it up? Can you slow it down? Can you change its direction? Using everyday materials, students will engineer their own pathways for marbles and try to successfully meet our design parameters as they get hands-on with the engineering design process.

Owl Pellet Dissection - Grades Pre-K-8
Be a part of science research and have a hoot as your students learn about owls and their environments. This workshop gets hands-on with the food web. Identify bones and collect data to learn more about owls, their diet and their digestive system.

NEW- Protecting Our Waterways - Grades Pre-K-3
Travel with Wally the Walleye on his journey down the Maumee River into Lake Erie. Explore why water is such a valuable resource and learn about ways we can reduce the impacts of water pollution.

NEW– The Science of the Solar Eclipse - Grades K-8
This workshop is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the ways the sun, Earth, and moon interact. From the phases of the moon to total solar eclipses, your amateur astronomers will discover how these interactions can be seen both daily and through once-in-a-lifetime experiences. It will build excitement and provide a learning opportunity for this fascinating event.

NEW– Science, Engineering, and Social Emotional Learning - Grades 9-Adult
This workshop is designed for current or future teachers and showcases how science and engineering are excellent ways to integrate social emotional learning (SEL) into your classroom. You will leave with ideas for how to implement two different engineering challenges, tips to integrate SEL, and a greater knowledge of how the science center can be a resource for you. Note: This is a two-hour workshop and has an additional fee of $50, for a total cost of $275 per program or $450 for two of the same programs.

We provide:

    • Teacher curriculum guide
    • Extension activities
    • Hands-on materials for 30 students
    • Content standards alignment for Ohio and Michigan

Book Your Workshop!

Cost: $400 for two of the same workshops, plus $.65/mile outside Lucas County OR $225 for an individual workshop, plus $.65/mile outside Lucas County.

To schedule a Workshop, call 419.244.2674 ext. 134

Thank You to Our Educational Partners!

premier sponsors
presenting sponsors
catalyst sponsors
Explorer Sponsors