Wacky Science-Kalispell (Grades K-5)
Girls, put on your lab coat and goggles and dig into some wacky and wild science. Globs and blobs, smoke and ice, geysers, planes, and more - work together to explore how these fun things work. A Wacky Science evening will provide girls with the opportunity to get messy and be creative while learning by doing.
In an afternoon, girls will transform into a mad scientist as they make instant snow, play tricks with dry ice, make paper airplanes, create their own geysers, study crystalline structure, investigate Newton's first law, and learn how lungs work.
At this program, Girl Scouts will be introduced to a wide variety of science disciplines. Girls will rotate through several experiment stations, and girls can take home some of their experiments.
Girls will receive lab coat and goggles. We will provide a light, healthy snack.
'Recruit a Friend:' Make this event even more memorable by bringing your best NON-Girl Scout friends too! Show them how much fun you can have as a Scout and share this wonderful experience together. Non-Girl Scouts will pay the annual membership fee of $12 in addition to the program fee, which will enable them to attend all Girl Scout programs for the membership year.
This event is open to girls in grades K-5 and supervising adults. Girls should plan to attend with an adult, such as a parent, guardian or troop leader.
We will send confirmation letters detailing the event to registered girls after the deadline.
This event is open to girls in grades K-5 and supervising adults.
Registration deadline: March 26
Girl min/max: 15/50
Adult min/max: 10/50