High Touch High Tech Atlanta is bringing their exciting & fun “Finally Fun Machines” program to Anderson Elementary School today! Anderson Elementary school, located in Clayton County, GA has 77 students that are spread throughout the 4th grade class. Each student will get have the opportunity to get hands on while they discover the FUN world of machines. They will get to meet the Facilitator, our cool multi-personality compound machine. Engage in pulley power, lifting levers, and incline plane antics as they build one big machine with all six simple ones. The 4th grade class will definitely get “energized” today as they “work” through potential and kinetic energy! This sounds like it is going to be a great day for science in the Atlanta area.
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Last week, High Touch High Tech of Oakland County, Michigan gave the students in Birmingham Schools a FUN option for their mid-winter break. While some kids left town for a vacation, the ones that didn’t enjoyed a hands-on science “stay-cation.” Students from all over the Birmingham School district gathered at Berkshire Middle School for High Touch High Tech’s “Science Made Fun” camps. The Kindergarten – 5th grade students became scientists for the week, exploring the solar system, electricity, the laws of motion, dinosaurs and even chemistry!
“Science Made Fun” camps give students the opportunity to experience interactive, fun and exciting science first hand. The kids were so excited about High Touch High Tech’s week long camp that on Monday, despite the heavy snow storm, more than 90% of scheduled students found a way to make it to school!
Tuesday had full attendance. It was Shockmee Day as students experimented with static electricity and electric currents. Wednesday was Pushing and Pulling Day, as students experimented with the three laws of motion and how to lift objects with little effort. Thursday was Going Crazy for Dinos as students learned about fossils and bones and facts from the past. Friday was Mix Me Up Day as students made chemical reactions explode — some with shocking results.
If you live in the Oakland County area & want to have your own High Touch High Tech program or summer camp – check out their website & contact info below: