This season, we’ve collaborated with community centers to increase equitable access to our supplies. Many kits have been allocated to local classrooms, so check to see if your student’s school has received any!
We are also working with local libraries to distribute kits to those not connected to our educational partners. Check back here by March 12 to find out which libraries will have some available!
Lastly, for those unable to visit public locations due to health concerns, please fill out the form linked here to request a kit via mail. This option is available first-come first-serve for a very limited number of families.
What's in each kit?
Each kit comes in a reusable drawstring bag and contains three engaging activities: Test Your Touch, Synapse Toss, and Sneaky Senses. They also include face masks, hand sanitizer, and a few other goodies! (Content is geared toward older elementary and middle school students, but learners of all ages are welcome.)
How are the activities completed?
Easy-to-follow instructions are included in each kit, but you’re also invited to our Saturday Science At-Home Zoom Day on Saturday, March 20, 2-4pm! On the day of the event, use a link on the top of this page to join a virtual Zoom call, where sets of instructors will demonstrate each activity and share more about their work as scientists!
Can’t make it to our remote event? We will also upload videos to this page that show just what to do! Check back after our Zoom Day to find those clips here, and follow along whenever works for you.
What should I do if I don't get a kit?
We invite you to join us on our Zoom Day anyway! Our instructors can help your student complete each activity with items found around the house, and we promise they’ll still have a bunch of fun.