In October 2020: Gwinnett Water Resources is offering a FREE and fun way to learn about wastewater treatment in Gwinnett. Tour a water treatment facility, enjoy water science activities, and join a live discussion panel. See More Details HERE
Gwinnett County is recognized for its world-class water treatment process and sewer services, and they want you to experience why!
Gwinnett Water Resources is offering a FREE and fun way to learn about wastewater treatment in Gwinnett. Tour a water treatment facility, enjoy water science activities, and join a live discussion panel.
Take a virtual tour of the Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility, hear from water experts, make fun crafts, and play games!
When: Join the Department of Water Resources for a unique online experience for the entire month of October.
Candy + simple machine? Who doesn’t love a rube goldberg type of challenge?Get your brains working on something fun, this month!
Science ATL is excited to be partnering with our friends at Piedmont Park Conservancy for this month’s challenge. With the global pandemic and social distancing in mind, we want you to design a six foot candy contraption (a la Rube Goldberg) that delivers a piece of Halloween candy to someone at least six feet away.
Here’s what you’ll need: — recycled and upcycled materials of your choosing — creativity! Follow along with @piedmontlearns on Instagram to learn about simple machines that you can incorporate into your six foot candy contraption design. We’d love to see what you make!
Reserved kits can be picked up in-store at our customer service desk on Saturday, November 14th or Sunday, November 15th. If your kit is not picked up by 8 p.m. on Sunday, November 15th, it may be given to a non-registered customer.
Note: If completing workshop in the store, it can take 15-30 minutes. Check-in by 11:00am. Child(ren) must be accompanied by parent/guardian.
There are lots of great reasons to want to start a business: solving a problem, pursuing a passion, even making some money. It takes a lot of dedication and hard work, and even if you do everything right, it may not work out. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you failed — thinking through a business idea can build some really great skills! This week, we talk with a bunch of expert kids and grown-ups about turning an idea into a full-blown business. Plus, Jed bakes us some cookies! And just because the season is over doesn’t mean we don’t still want to hear from you! Keep sending us your questions about money at Marketplace.org/million!
Does your kid constantly mess with their mask? This video shows simple mask wearing etiquette for students in schools (or out in public). It was created for teachers and schools to use as an education tool in the classroom for the 2020-2021 school year.
-Page to draw family picture-
-All about me
-How I'm feeling
-What I am doing at home
-Hand print page
-Special occasion page
-Letter to myself sheet
-Interview for the parents
-Letter from the parents