Monthly Archives: April 2019


Contraption Distraction: Rube Goldberg at Living Science

By | April 29th, 2019|Engineering, Events, Living Science News, STEM Labs and Activities, Uncategorized|

At 9:00 a.m. on May 4, Living Science presents the annual 9th-grade Rube Goldberg exhibition, and it's open to the public! Each of our 9th grade Physical Science students designs and builds a contraption that uses all the forms of energy the students have studied this year (except nuclear!) and demonstrates all the simple machines [...]

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Trebuchet 2019!

By | April 22nd, 2019|Uncategorized|

trebuchet. noun | \ ˌtre-byə-ˈshet \ : a medieval military engine for hurling heavy missiles (such as rocks or cows) When: Thursday, May 2, 8:30-10:30 a.m.Where: Living Science Campus Overflow Parking LotOpen to Living Science families and the public: Join us! At Living Science, the annual trebuchet competition for the senior class is a rite [...]

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Mini Expedition: Maximum Fun!

By | April 5th, 2019|Childhood Education, Engineering, Events, STEM Labs and Activities, Uncategorized|

Our first mini-Expedition was a great experience for students and parents alike. From enthusiastic student-led worship to exciting rotations in science, engineering, art, math, and games, students had an amazing day, as you can see from the gallery below. Enjoy!If you're visiting from your phone, please click here to see the gallery on Smugmug.

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