GSK Science in the Summer: Be a Chemist (Friday Session for 2nd and 3rd Graders)
Kids are invited to be a chemist at home this fall! Sponsored by GSK and offered in partnership with the Alameda County Library and the Lawrence Hall of Science, GSK Science in the Summer is a fun and free science education program for students in second through sixth grades. Students will play the role of chemists to discover how substances change and interact with each other and the importance of chemistry in many fields, such as medicine, art, and conservation.
This program will take place in two parts: a home activity, and a virtual live program with another hands-on activity.
Two sessions (11/9, 11/13) are offered for 2nd and 3rd graders to accommodate more students. Registration is required and starts on October 19 at 7 pm. Please register for ONE SESSION ONLY. Duplicate registrations will be automatically deleted.
- Step One: register
- Step Two: pick up the program kit on November 4, 2020, only confirmed registrants will receive a program kit.
- Step Three: complete the fun home activity
- Step Four: follow the Zoom information provided in the registration confirmation email and join us for the live program
Contact: Chien-Chun Chang firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 510-745-1450
- Friday, November 13, 2020
- 5:00pm - 6:00pm
We at AC Library care about your privacy. None of our live programs where members can chat or share video are recorded and none of the chat logs are saved. No one who attends a virtual program will be able to see the list of other attendees. Links to join a program will not be posted publicly and will only be sent to members who register in advance.
AC Library currently uses Zoom for virtual programming. We encourage you to click on the join link a few minutes early to download the meeting software for the first time. If you do not want to download software, please use the Chrome browser to participate. When you login you will be given the option to share your webcam and microphone. The choice is yours! We’d love to see you like we do at the library, but also understand if you are still in your bathrobe.