Young Scientists in Training
Rocklin is proud to partner with YSciT to offer the Young Scientists in Training program. YSciT offers quarterly workshops and summer camp programs to introduce children to the world of science.
YSciT is offering four workshops and each workshop has three sessions, and four class dates.
- Session 1 runs Mondays 2:30pm – 4pm at the Parks and Recreation Office Senior Meeting Room
- Session 2 runs Mondays 4:15pm – 5:45pm at the Parks and Recreation Office Senior Meeting Room
- Session 3 runs Tuesdays 3:30pm – 5:30pm at the Rocklin Event Center Room 107
Cost: $115 (materials included) per workshop
Registration Age: children ages 7 to 13, younger and older children may join on a case by case basis.
Where to register: you can register online at www.yscit.org/registration.html
Workshop #4 Bug Off! April 17th – May 14th: Natural curiosity and fierceness make kids the ultimate bug experts. In this workshop, young scientists in training will practice field techniques used by entomologists (bug scientists) to collect and observe bugs. They will develop research questions, survey nearby natural areas, collect and analyze their findings, and record them in their field journals. They will find out the amazing features that make bugs the largest group of animals in the world.
You can register today at www.yscit.org/registration