On a bustling Thursday night in October, a handful of members of the G360 Institute participated in a science night at a King George Public School in Guelph, ON. The goal of the night was to celebrate science!
Around 15 kids, ranging from grades 1 to 8, and their families came into the classroom to explore minerals, local fossils and carbonates as well as a bench scale aquifer contamination model. Their experience continued with leaking ‘septic tanks’ flowing into lakes, well preserved corals and diverse mineral habits.
We can tell by the looks of awe and wonder on the kids’ faces, that the night was a roaring success.