MOSH Workshop - Fling Flyer - June Session - B
Do you like using your imagination to solve problems? Brownies, join the experts at MOSH for this new mechanical engineer program and complete the Fling Flyer Design Challenge! Engineers invent and build things. Work like an engineer to create a Fling Flyer, an airplane made with GoldieBlox, and explore what keeps it and other things, like birds, planes, and space ships, in the air. You'l learn about the forces that affect flight and test your Fling Flyer. You'll learn how to analyze and share your results and brainstorm how to improve your design, just like engineers!
Check-in will begin at 1 p.m. and the workshop will begin promptly at 1:30 p.m. The museum will be open for exploration between check-in and the start of the workshop, as well as after the workshop is complete. Register for the morning Leap Bot session and make a day of it!
Thanks to a grant provided by ASTC/Voya Financial, we’re able to provide these programs at a low cost. If the number of adults exceeds the number of girls for your group, additional adults must pay a fee of $15.
MOSH Workshop - Fling Flyer is a part of the Voya STEM Career Initiative presented by Voya Financial, a program of the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC).
* Brownie Fling Flyer badge included at the conclusion of the program for every registered Girl Scout girl.
* Museum entrance for all registered participants included with this program.
* This event is for 2018 registered Girl Scouts, and registered & approved adult volunteers. If an adult is responsible for a Girl Scout other than their own, the adult must be registered and background checked.
* For safety and supervision reasons, troops and individuals are not permitted to bring non-Girl Scouts or siblings.
* Girl/adult ratios must be followed unless otherwise indicated in the program description. Adults are expected to stay on the premises.
Cost: $5/Girl, $ 5/Adult
Contact: Brittany McCallister, (904) 389-3071, firstname.lastname@example.org
Register by Monday, May 21, at noon