Hands-on STEM Workshops To-Go!

The Lancaster Science Factory offers a variety of hands-on STEM programs that can be brought to your group in the classroom, library, or almost anywhere! We have a wide selection of customizable workshops in topics like engineering, chemistry, robotics, and more. All programs can be tiered for any grade level K – 8th. Activities for each workshop may vary depending on grade level and length of the program.

Science Factory To Go Pricing

Choose any workshop on the menu below for 60 minutes or longer: $200 per hour with a maximum of 6 hours per day.

 

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Students will use an assortment of tools and materials to actively engage in the engineering design process. They will be prompted to construct a sailcar or windmill to fulfill a specific design challenge.

Students are given a 2D blueprint and must use spatial reasoning to construct a 3D model from it using Keva planks. Activities are tiered based on grade level. 

Students will be presented with multiple design and building problems where they must think like an engineer to solve them. Challenges may include catapults, bridges, towers, and balancing nails. Ideal for grades 3rd - 8th.

Students will examine how energy is transformed to generate electricity or explore real-world ways engineering can combat climate change. Activitie include generating power with windmills, modeling green infrastructure, and generating renewable energy to produce hydrogen. 

Students learn about molecules like Oxygen (O2) and chemical compounds like salt (NaCl) while building them out of candy toothpicks. 

Students will expore chemical reactions using common, household ingredients. Things may get messy! Possible experiments include acid-base reactions, decomposition chemistry, pressure and gas, and chromatography. 

Students will learn about Newton's Laws of Motion and use them to perform dazzling feats! Activities will vary based on grade level and can inclue the tablecloth trick, remove the platform, edd drop devices, balloon races, and many more. 

Students learn about electricity and how energy flows while building and experimenting with a vareity of circuits from simple to complex. Materials may include circuit boards, snap circuits, or paper circuits. 

Students will learn the bastics of robotics and programming while interacting with Edison or LEGO Mindstorm robots. Robotics programs can be tiered for any grade level and longer intensives are available by request. 

We know that getting students excited about math can sometimes be challening. The Lancaster Science Factory has 20 hands-on math exhibits that help students feel more confident about math topics. Subjects include fractions, place value, volume, shapes, measurement, and more. 

Click here for more information about bringing our math exhibits to your location!

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