Preschoolers at The Goddard School in Flower Mound and five other Dallas area locations recently hosted a science fair open house.
The science fair piqued the children’s natural curiosity in STEAM learning (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) by allowing them to explore topics they are interested in. STEAM learning teaches children to collaborate, communicate, be creative and think critically.
The Science Fair was also an opportunity for Goddard School children to showcase their learnings through projects and experiments.
Among the fun experiments that took place, kids learned how to grow a giant crystal bubble with only few ingredients like water, soap and ice. They got to experience the science behind it and learn how carbon dioxide transitions from solid to a gas causing bubbles to expand and shrink again.
For over 25 years, The Goddard School has developed and delivered educational programming aimed at preparing children six weeks to six year s of age with the skills needed for success in school and life.
Amanda Molina with Konnect Public Relations handles pubic relations for The Goddard School (www.goddardschool.com).