Super Science Explorers (9:00-11:30 am)


This class is currently full. Please make a second choice for this week and use the wait list form to be added to the wait list. We will notify you if a spot becomes available. You will not be charged a switch fee if your child moves to their first choice class.

Course Code: 2ASUP Category:
Grade(s): 2-4
Week: 2
Class Dates: 07/06/2020 - 07/10/2020
Class Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Instructor: Erica Smith
Status: Running/Openings
Tuition: $135


Explore the scientific world around you as we experiment with chemistry
in the kitchen, natural science and, engineering We will get our hands dirty as we make Oobleck, magic mud and even some tasty recipes in the kitchen. We will observe the plants and animals around us as we think about habitats in our own backyards. We will even learn about physics and gravity as we study the art of making paper hoop gliders for indoor or outdoor use. We will be viewing episodes from the magic school bus to support learning.
Erica Smith is a first grade teacher at the Harrington School.

Supplies to be provided by parents:
(if you have any allergy concerns please contact the Lexplorations office and we will contact the teacher who will suggest alternatives)
– 10 pieces of plain paper
– Markers, crayons or colored pencils
– Paper plates
– Tissue paper
– Origami Paper
– Food Coloring
– one teaspoon of Tide dissolved in 1 cup of water
– Milk
– Qu – tips
– Dish Detergent
– White and clear glue
– Lotion
– Shaving cream
– Model Magic
– Cornstarch
– Water
– Cream
– Chocolate or strawberry topping.
– A medium strong plastic freezer bags
– 2 Zip-loc bags.
– salt
– Crushed ice and a hand towel
– Mixing Bowls
– Spoons
– Sugar
– Butter
– unsweetened cocoa powder
– peanut butter (optional)
– quick cooking oats
– Vanilla Extract
– Yeast
– Flour
– Plastic Cups
– Foil
– Newspaper or paper towel strips
– Baking Soda
– Vinegar
– 2 jars with tight fitting lids
–  M&Ms
– mints
– Jolly Ranchers
– 2 cups of cold water
– Graham crackers
– Mini Marshmallows
– Straw
– Construction Paper
– Tape
– Popsicle Sticks
– Rubber Bands
– Mini Pom poms