THIS CLASS REPEATS 4 TIMES.
PLEASE ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE CHILDREN'S SUMMER SCIENCE CLASS.
Animals come in all different sizes and shapes! Snakes have scales that help them move and protect them from heat. Chameleons have eyes that let them see 360 degrees. Birds have feathers that overlap to let them fly. Learn all about these fun animal adaptations and more in an outdoor, hands-on class designed to teach children through a series of scientific demonstrations. The highlight of this event will be an activity in which children create a snake of bubbles several feet long.
ATTENTION PARENTS!!! This outdoor class will be messy and involve movement! Please make sure you child is wearing comfortable stretchy clothing that is appropriate for the weather and can be stained and/or possibly torn.
The class will take place in the Library parking lot.
Feel free to bring a lawn chair or blanket.