Two 5-week sessions for exploration! Wednesdays January 17 – February 14 February 21 – March 21 (no class March 14) 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm Ages: 6-10 More info
Corvallis, Oregon was originally called Marysville, Corvallis. It was incorporated in 1845 and renamed as “Corvallis” in 1853. As locals know, Corvallis is more than Beavers sports and HP. The “Working with Waves” program was born in Corvallis in the early 1990’s by local artist and educator, Carol Selberg. One decade later arts funding from public […]
A new 10-week WAVES workshop on Monday afternoons in Corvallis, OR. This class will be taught in English. Instructor: Jesse Felix Dates: Mondays beginning September 19 – November 28, 2016 ( no class Thanksgiving week) Ages: 5-8 year olds Time: 2pm-3.30pm Cost: $120 for 10 weeks or $15 drop in class Location: ‘ La Escuelita’ in Corvallis, Oregon To Register: Call […]
Corvallis, OR: Dates: Oct 7-Dec 9, 2015 Day: Wednesdays Ages: 3-6 Time: 3:15-4:15pm Location: Corvallis Montessori School Click to link to Corvallis Montessori website
Hi! This is teacher Laura calling for help producing clay hearts for a upcoming local benefit. Needing help from kids making small clay hearts. Goal is 300 (non-cookie cutter) hearts by mid-Sep 2015 for Benton hospice volunteers. I can provide clay and firing. Email if you want to help. You rock =)
Cool crystals but what does Polyhedra mean? A polyhedron is the three-dimensional version of a polygon: it is a chunk of space with flat walls. In other words, it is a three-dimensional figure made by gluing polygons together. The word is Greek in origin, meaning many-seated. The plural is polyhedra. The polygonal sides of a polyhedron are […]
Why does a tomato look red? When sunlight shines on a tomato, the red part of the sunlight is reflected back again off the tomato’s skin, while all the other colors of lights are absorbed (soaked into) the tomato, so you don’t see them. That’s just as true of a blue book, which reflects only […]
This short video clip of kids experimenting with a tuning fork in water is a great way to see sound wave vibrations!