Science on the Road Goes Camp-tastic
Thursdays at 1–2 pm
June 24–August 19
Combat the summer slide with Carnegie Science Center’s Science on the Road team! Each week, families and community groups can join us for live virtual presentations of our mind-blowing, head-scratching science assemblies for students in grades K–8.
Science on the Road Goes Camp-tastic is perfect for homeschool families and parents who looking to engage their children with fun and educational STEM programs this summer! It’s also a great opportunity for summer camps, summer schools, libraries, and community groups to supplement their own programming with a dynamic and fun science assembly.
These online STEM programs for kindergarten, elementary school, and middle school students excite young scientists with live science experiments and demonstrations that explore engineering, zoology, physics, geometry, and more!
Virtual assemblies will be presented every Thursday at 1–2 pm, starting June 24 through August 19.
Curious about what a virtual science assembly looks like? Take a look at our brand-new Science of Hockey assembly in this KDKA Kidsburgh segment .
- $15 per family (up to five people) — Register online below or call 412.237.3400.
- $150 per classroom (up to 35 students) — Please call 412.237.3400 to register your classroom.
Please note: Reservations must be made by the Tuesday before each presentation.
Interested in a Science on the Road virtual assembly but can’t make our Camp-tastic broadcasts? Learn more about booking an assembly on your schedule!
Who Wants to be an Engineer: Imagine It. Make It. Make it Better!
Upcoming dates: July 22, July 29, August 5, August 12, August 19
Content themes: Engineering and Iteration, Digital Design and Fabrication, Forces and Interaction, Materials Science
Engineers are hard at work making life better. Now it’s your turn to be the engineer in this high-energy game show experience. Ramp up for “Double Dare”–inspired physical engineering challenges. Tinker with simple machines to build soaring towers and suspension bridges.