Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Today, the outreach program of the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum visited again. This time, we learned about and experimented with electricity. Each partnership built circuits to make a little fan blow, a light glow, and an alarm ring. This type of hands-on experimentation is so important! Sure, we've read books and watched DVDs about electricity, but how much more meaningful is it for children to use what they've learned?
Be sure to ask your child about today's special science lab!