Kentucky Science Center educators travel to your classroom and bring science to life! Your students will ask questions, define problems, investigate, analyze data, and defend conclusions. These hands-on sessions are either 60 or 90 minutes, and are available during school hours as a class or lab experience, or after-school as a science “club” or additional science content. Each Science Enrichment has KAS, Math, and Literacy standards integrated into a variety of STEAM topics.
Standard Theme60 min • $200
Signature Theme*60 min • $250
Premium Theme**90 min • $250
YOU choose the topic. Some examples of themes are:
Whether it is the animals of the Amazon, or the towering structures of New York City, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math are all around us. Students will dive into a vast array of activities, topics, and experiments!
What happens when objects collide? Where do moving objects get energy? Explore the laws of motion and energy using common materials.
How do we fit into the vastness of space? Take a journey through the galaxy and observe how Earth interacts with other planets, moons, and stars.
Wonder "why" and "how" while exploring different habitats and ecosystems, and discover the unique characteristics which help animals and plants adapt, survive, and thrive in the wild.
*Technology and Coding
Advance your school or organization’s coding and technology programming! Build robots, code stories, solve problems and increase the skills needed for 21st century careers!
**Name that Part Lab
You choose which organ you would like to study — sheep brain, cow eye, pig lung, sheep kidney, or sheep heart — and discover the link between anatomy and physiology. Book multiple labs to cover the body from head to toe. Compare real-world advances of technology in the biomedical field to the organs your students explore.
**Whose DNA Lab
Step into a forensics lab to analyze DNA from a hypothetical crime scene. Learn how forensic analysts solve mysteries by using micro-pipetting skills to run DNA samples using gel electrophoresis.