Sunday, March 17, 2013

Spring Break Science

While spring break conjures images of frolicking on the beach, the reality is that not everyone can take the time and money to go away during the holiday.  If you have an elementary school age child and you're looking for something for him/her to do during vacation, make plans to attend one of our Spring Break Science programs during the week of March 25th.  No registration is needed, and you don't need to bring anything, except a willingness to have fun and learn some new science experiments (casual clothes are recommended, because it can get messy).

Sounds like fun? Mark your calendars for Spring Break Science!
  • John Marshall Library: March 25th at 4 PM
  • Bealeton Library: March 26th at 3 PM
  • Warrenton Library: March 27th at 3 PM
If you're a science experiment aficianado, you'll want to check out these books the next time you come to the library:

The Everything Kids' Easy Science Experiments Book





We Dare You! Hundreds of Fun Science Bets, Challenges, and Experiments You Can Do At Home




Exploratopia





365 Simple Science Experiments With Everyday Materials





Janice VanCleave's 202 Oozing, Bubbling, Dripping, & Bouncing Experiments (and other books by Janice VanCleave)





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