Vet Science Club
Thursdays 3:30 to 5 at SDL
May 9 - June 13
Science Club offers hands-on crafts and activities
Recommended for tweens & teens, aged 10-18
Free to 4-H members
Non-members: $20 (scholarships available)
Classes are taught by Lydia Kritzman and are limited to 20.
Sponsored by MSU Extension and 4-H
May 9: From Cats to Cavies: Explore the madness of mammals and how scientists study them.
May 16: Bond, Animal Bond: How did dogs become man's best friend? Explore the different kinds of domesticated animals and how they are integral to human lives.
May 23: May the Best Gene Win: Did you know that humans have 20,000 genes? Learn how genes are important in giving animals an edge in their environment and over their competitors.
May 30: It's a Zoo Out There: Did you know that animals may catch diseases from humans and we could catch disease from them. Explore the science of diseases and how they are transmitted.
June 6: Animal Behavior 101: Investigate animal behavior and body language to determine what message animals are giving.
June 13: Animal Career Week: Explore practical applications and animal based occupations using the knowledge learned in Vet Science Club.
Spy Science Club
For teens & tweens: 10-18
Learn how spies use science to solve crimes and perform daring missions
Thursdays at 3:30 June 27—August 8
Free to 4-H members~$20 for non-members
Sign-up by calling MSU Extension: 810-648-2515
June 27: Spy Science 101: The myths, the legends and the realities
July 4: NO PROGRAM
July 11: Spy Tools of the Trade: Codes, Cyphers and Codebreaking
July 18: Spy Tools of the Trade: Gadgets, Disguises and Gizmos
July 25: Intelligence Information 101
August 1: Spy identities & methods
August 8: Spy themed scavenger hunt