The youth team at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House had organized a science workshop for the kids. It was funded by the Vancouver Foundation Small Grants. The project involves the promotion of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field to youth and children.
I love seeing the kids learn cool science projects and get educated on how things work. Each group move through each science station to experience different types of science experiments. Activities were about aerodynamics, slime-making, and dried ice experiment. It was quite a fun hands-on event.
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