Empower your students to become inventors and problem solvers as they work with our electronic components to solve challenges specific to each grade level. Students will have an opportunity to build a variety of items that spin, move, beep, light up and more!
This unique field trip fosters creativity and builds on the students’ natural curiosity to use critical thinking and problem solving skills as they apply scientific concepts to invent a variety of items. These activities foster collaborative teamwork and will ignite the inner scientist and inventor in all of them!
The possibilities are endless for this inquiry-based program!
- Division 1 – 3-5 volunteers
- Division 2 – 1-3 volunteers
Teachers are encouraged to take pictures.
Not available for the 2020-2021 school year.
This program can be delivered in the following ways
In-School Field Trip
Our tried and true 2 hour field trips take place right IN your classroom! No bus to rent, no wasted school time due to traveling and no long documents to fill out! Our experienced field trip presenters will come to your classroom to deliver our 100% provincial curriculum aligned field trips. Each theme based field trip is action packed and hands-on!
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time.
“It was something different and touched on Science skills instead of knowledge outcomes. This was something I could not have done in my own classroom.”J.E., Grade 2 TeacherBaturyn School
“The Little Bits are awesome! The kids really enjoyed them and it was great to have something hands-on for the students to try. The Presenter was fantastic and kept the kids engaged and working hard the whole time!”B.C., Grade 5 TeacherGlenora School
“The Presenter was fantastic! She was able to bring the content down to a simple enough level for my kids (most of my class have mild to moderate cognitive delays). She also was able to challenge the students who needed it. Overall it was a very engaging and interesting presentation.”Grade 4-6 Special Education TeacherHomesteader School
“It kept the kids engaged and thinking. I could see the excitement in their eyes and hear it in their voices as each new challenge was added. I certainly would have this “Critical Thinking" event out again.”Grade 7-9 TeacherSchool of Hope