This Week at Imagine That – Organs and Art

This Week at Imagine That – Organs and Art

This week we finally got to dissect the organs, which many of the students had been looking forward to. We started with the kidney, as it was the simplest of the organs. We discussed how the kidney helps to clean things out of the blood, and how people who don’t...

D&D at Vacaville’s Imagine That

We have been playing Dungeons and Dragons here at Vacaville’s Imagine That every Wednesday. We started with two separate groups, K-2nd graders and 3rd graders and up. This allowed them to get used to the game without distracting each other. Once they got a...

Dissection Week

This week was exciting for many of our students. They had been requesting some dissection activities and this week we delivered. If any of you are interested in trying some dissections on your own, Home Science Tools offers several preserved specimens. Keep an eye out...
Mother’s Day Week at Imagine That!

Mother’s Day Week at Imagine That!

This we began making some projects for Mother’s Day. We started with a simple project combining art and science, then created art and food projects to celebrate mom figures in our lives. First, we started with diffusion butterflies and flowers. We colored some...
Earth Week Part 2

Earth Week Part 2

We continued our celebration of Earth Day this week, starting with some recycled art. We started with recycling crayons. We gathered up those broken crayon bits we all collect. We placed those broken bits in our silicone molds and baked them at 250 degrees F for 15-20...

In Science News

People have a love-hate relationship with plastics. We love the convenience of plastics, but are realizing the disastrous consequences of a material that doesn’t easily break down into natural compounds. Even when plastic does break down, we are often left with...

Earth Week at Imagine That

This week, we were celebrating Earth Day all week with science activities to care for the Earth. First, we did a two day project – recycled paper. The first day, the students tore up scrap paper into small pieces then we allowed the paper scraps to soak...