Come learn how to make math and science learning fun for young children. Beth Van Meeteren will be leading the workshop sessions with activities that will show you how to make play a part of STEM learning. You will learn how to transform your block area and a vacuum cleaner into a science laboratory for children to explore. You will learn new activities using ramps and pathways, building blocks and air projects. You will renew your own excitement for play and learning and come away with new ideas and activities to try in your classroom on Monday.
Join Us For A Day of Fun, Hands-On Projects and A Great Science Kit that you can Take Back to your Learning Environment!
Saturday, November 3, 2012, 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
University of Wisconsin-Platteville Campus, Markee Pioneer Student Center, University Rooms
*Fees include registration, lunch, materials, refreshments, and science kits sponsored by the Alliant Energy Foundation. The science kits will include ramps, balls, and cars for you to use in your important work of educating young children.
A certificate from The Registry will be provided for childcare providers. 0.6 CEU certificate will
be available for $3 fee and participants may earn one UW-Platteville credit for participating in the seminar and completing additional coursework. Please request credit materials when registering, undergraduate or graduate tuition and fees apply.