Everyone loves a good rainbow! In this experiment, we made a rainbow out of water, paper towels, and just three colors. You will have to wait about 48 hours to see the full rainbow, but beautiful things take time!
In this blog post, we’re putting our own spin on the physics behind ballerinas. All you’ll need is a swivel chair, two heavy objects, and a friend to give you a helpful push. Give this a try and see if you feel like a ballerina yourself!
Chances are that you have participated in, or at least witnessed a volcano explosion created from baking soda and vinegar. In this version of the classic experiment to create carbon dioxide, take one of your favorite sweet treats and make it dance!
After School To Go ended the semester by highlighting students’ successes and presenting each club’s Showcase event!
Girls chose their favorite activities from this semester and recreated them for parents and teachers to observe and ask questions. Each small group became experts in their activity and career and did a fantastic job of showing what they had learned at After School To Go!