- Time:Mondays, 5:15-6:15 pm
- Duration:Fall II: TBD
- Price $ 90 Members $110 Non-Members
Slimy Science with Kristin Quell-Garguilo — Elementary (grades 3-5) Mondays 5:15-6:15pm
Kristin Quell-Garguilo Elementary School Students
Let’s make some slime!
Experiment and practice measuring while making a new type of slime every day. We will run experiments with our slime creations, make crafts with leftover materials, and play with other kitchen chemistry actives. We will make Fluffy Slime, Glitter Slime, Soap Slime and so much more.
It has everything kids love! It’s goopy, sparkly and can be easily customized! Pull it apart, stretch it and bounce it, too! The all materials are provided. Please wear clothes that can get sticky and dirty. Recommended for grades 3-5.
Kristin Quell-Garguilo is an artistic scientist. As a true Renaissance Woman, she dabbles in engineering, knitting, environmental science, sewing, geology, bread baking, sustainability and so much more. “I follow my interests with a fervent passion and have been lucky to have been given the opportunity to teach them.” Kristin has been teaching in both the sciences and arts for 15+ years.
Her credentials are as follows: a Masters of Science in Sustainable Systems, two Bachelors of Science, one in Geology and another in Environmental Science, and Certifications in Ecosystems Services, Plant Based Nutrition, and Hazardous Waste Material. She is currently a Professor of Sustainable Sciences at SUNY Westchester Community College.
Please call the Guild at 203.438.8863 for information about this class