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Our Ultimate ExperiMental Academic Science Club is an inquiry-based, hands-on learning exploration of scientific concepts. Asking questions and making observations will be the center of everything we do as we venture into the amazing world of science. Our science explorations will mostly use common, inexpensive items to teach science without the need for a complex laboratory setup. The club activities will follow the “engage, explore, and explain” format with the first lesson in each series focused on skills and safety. Join us as we venture through exciting earth, space, life, and physical science expeditions! Our goal is to provide interesting and engaging lessons that focus on developing children’s problem-solving and spatial ability while encouraging their intrinsic interest in STEM.


Session 1: Measurements

Scientists use many skills as they investigate the world around them. They make observations by gathering information with their senses. Some observations are simple, like figuring out the color or texture of an object. However, if scientists want to know more about a substance, they may need to take measurements. Measurements provide scientists with a quantity. A quantity describes how much of something there is or how many of something there are. Scientists can use tools to measure the quantity of something. By measuring, scientists can express their observations more precisely and communicate more information about what they observe. In this session, the students will learn about several measurement units and the tools scientists use to collect their observations or data. 


Meeting #1 – Skills and Safety

Meeting #2 – Mass

Meeting #3 – Length

Meeting #4 – Volume

Meeting #5 - Temperature


  • For ages 7-13
  • Instructor: Teisha Cheney
  • Thursdays, 5:00-6:00 PM
  • 5 classes
  • February 3, 10, 17, 24, March 3
  • Tuition and Materials: $35

Session 1: Measurements

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