Kitchen Science with Hollie!
Wednesdays at 4pm (EST) • May 13, 20, 27 & June 3
Who Should Attend
• Parents with children • Children with parents
• Teachers • Camp Instructors
• Fun loving adults • Home schooling families
Don’t Miss These Fun Experiments to do in the Kitchen!
Join us for the 4-part series as we gather round our kitchen tables and follow Hollie as she demonstrates kitchen science experiments! In these 20-30 minute video sessions, you’ll have virtual and hands-on fun by doing the experiments step by step with Hollie.
Come Prepared: Take note of the materials suggested for each of the sessions in the descriptions below. If you don’t have all of the materials - we still hope you’ll join us so you can try the kitchen science experiments later.
Certificate of Attendance: You will receive a certificate of attendance for 2 hours when you complete all 4 live sessions.
• It’s free • 4 week sessions • Limited enrollment
• If you miss a session, you can view it later
May 13: Bubbles
Color Mixing: Baking soda, vinegar, cookie tray or dish, medicine dropper or spoon, food coloring
Bubble Snakes: Pie Plate or dish, dish soap, water, a sock (this is a good use of the socks missing their match!), empty plastic water bottles
June 3: Light and Shadows
Family Hidden Pictures: A few sheets of paper for each family member (copy paper works best), drawing tool such as marker, crayon, or pencil, flashlight
Shadow Tracing: Building bricks (LEGO® bricks or similar, or small building blocks), flashlight, paper, drawing tool such as marker, crayon, or pencil.
Kitchen Science WEEbinars are presented by Hollie Barattolo.
Hollie is certified K-8 teacher who has been educating in the informal education field since 2005. She has developed and implemented countless exciting STEAM programs for families, classrooms, and teachers focused on the natural world, the scientific process, and ancient life. Her professional passions are inquiry, whole family learning, experiential learning starting in early childhood, and the intersection of literacy and science instruction. She has recently developed a community-based program that encourages families to use dramatic play to learn science, increase literacy skills, and have fun together for which she received the Drexel University Presidential Award for Civic Engagement. She is most proud of her work on a popular science storytelling program for preschool families and classrooms that combines a book club format with engaging programs, innovative curriculum, and a hysterical puppet storyteller.
About BECKER’S Early Childhood Webinars
Becker’s is proud to present early childhood webinars that are designed to educate early childhood teachers, child care providers, parents and others working with young children. Most of our free early childhood webinars come with a certificate that may be used towards professional development credit. Sign up today!