Spend one day a week after school performing experiments and investigating things around you. During this 8-week group, you will investigate a broad range of science activities that will teach about how the world around you works. During one of these sessions become an amateur detective and do real forensic work!
Botball is a big craze at many schools in Hawaii. Build the best robot, compete against other schools, and win the competition! See if your school as a botball team; if not, ask a teacher to help you form one. Check out one team's video of what Botball is like:
Not only do you get to do hands-on science experiments at Kids Invent, but you also get to create toys! There are more than 30 projects for you to enjoy. Click to see if your school offers this program.
"Do you want to have fun while learning leadership skills? 4-H members get to participate in activities like bicycle care and
safety, aerospace and model rocketry, public speaking, and animal sciences. Join your local 4H club today!"
Want to make friends, learn life skills, and have fun? There's sports, theatre, arts and crafts, and plenty of other fun stuff. With lots of activities for you to do, you'll never get bored, so join the Boys & Girls Club today!
Are you interested in the natural sciences? The Girls in Science Neuse River Project is a ten week program for sixth and seventh grade girls that offer learning through experience in the natural sciences field through field trips, classroom projects, and interaction with female scientists in the Museum!
The Teen Advisory Board at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences offer teens with science research opportunities, as well as voicing their opinions on matters of involving the youth into the different science programs offered at the museum. As a member of the Teen Advisory Board, you will get a chance to scientists around the area from different universities, and get to perform research.