Squishy Circuits provides a safe and playful way for young children to learn about electrical circuits. Using two different types of play-dough as circuit-building materials — one that conducts electricity and one that does not — children will build a low-voltage electrical sculpture that lights up. It’s a fun, hands-on introduction to the fundamental concepts that make electrical circuits work.
All materials are provided…. including play-doh, batteries, wires and LEDs. The workshop concludes with a glow-in-the dark surprise and students can keep their finished Squishy Circuits.
|Workshop dates:||Monday 18 May – Wednesday 27 May 2015|
|Time:||9:30am, 11:30am and 1:30pm|
|Recommended for:||Years 1 to 5 (max. 30 students per booking)NB Minimum numbers apply. 2 or more booked groups may be combined in a session to enable the session to proceed.|
|Bookings:||Essential. Please telephone the Gallery on 07 3810 7222 or complete this booking form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 07 3812 0428.Please click to view the Risk Assessment and Curriculum Links.|