Have you ever ever dreamed of creating a rainbow, constructing a microscope, or touring by means of the water cycle? These are among the many actions that will likely be featured by Fort Hays State College’s Kansas Wetlands Schooling Heart throughout per week later this month. Monday, March 15, by means of Friday, March 19, is being referred to as spring break week on the Wetlands together with the annual spring break for a number of space faculty districts.
The KWEC will host a number of free, hands-on, interactive actions from 1 to five p.m. and heart on a brand new theme every day. A digital choice will even be supplied stay at 10 a.m. every day by means of the KWEC Fb web page.
Applications are listed by date:
• Monday, March 15: “Science of Rainbows” – Reflection, refraction and dispersion of sunshine by means of water droplets. Create completely different rainbows with mild, then experiment with another science ideas utilizing rainbow colours.
• Tuesday, March 16: “Digging into Dust” – Study one of many world’s most essential re-sources on Earth. Discover out the place soil comes from, why it is crucial, and the way it types the hills and valleys.
• Wednesday, March 17: “Microscope Magic” – Find out how these wonderful devices amplify tiny objects as you take a look at vegetation and animals below our microscopes, and make a microscope of your personal.
• Thursday, March 18: “Who Eats Who within the Wetland?” – Create your personal distinctive meals chain or pyramid to take residence.
• Friday, March 19: “Wonders of Water” – How a lot drinkable water is on Earth? Change into a water droplet, and undergo an unbelievable journey as you study concerning the water cycle.
These free, come-and-go actions are open to all ages.
After taking part within the actions, spend time on the heart with the KWEC’s interactive displays, 15-minute video about Cheyenne Bottoms, and their classroom animal ambassadors. Seize a map, and Wetland workers will let you know the perfect locations to search for birds on the largest inside marsh in the USA. KWEC’s hours throughout that week are 9 a.m. to five p.m. Monday by means of Sat-urday, and 1 to five p.m. on Sunday.
The KWEC is positioned 10 miles northeast of Nice Bend alongside Kansas Freeway 156 at Chey-enne Bottoms, 592 NE Ok-156 Hwy., Nice Bend, KS 67530.
For extra info, go to wetlandscenter.fhsu.edu or name 1-877-243-9268.