Using common craft and household items, build a balloon rocket to get the leprechaun to the pot of gold! A lesson on physics and Newton’s law of motion.
Using items commonly found in your kitchen and home, use gelatin to mold your very own brain!
The members of the Fulcher Lab at Washington and Lee University have hand-picked a list of toys, games, and books to engage children's minds through play while they work on various developmental skills. We hope our outreach helps you find the perfect gift for your child this holiday season!
Join us [virtually] for at-home science projects to work on your building skills & get in the Halloween spirit!
Climbing Creature (ages 7 and under)
Candy Construction (ages 8 and up)
Here are some photos of the lego creations from our last Lego Club! The kids of Rockbridge Regional Library had fun making them with our lab.
Last Tuesday we joined Lego Club on Zoom and built Rockbridge County landmarks for LegoLand. Here is some of the kids' work! Don't forget to check out our newest study (click here) and participate for a $5 Amazon gift card.
The Fulcher Lab is excited to announce that we are partnering with Rockbridge County 4-H to bring you a brand new 4-H club! Games for Your Brain will be hosted every other Tuesday in the Great Hall of the Science Center at Washington and Lee University!
Starting February 18th, your kids can come play lots of fun, new games, while learning about different parts of their brain and how they are used in each game! Games for Your Brain will run from 5:00-6:30 pm.