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Online workshops will consist of 3 hours of Zoom time and 3 hours of self-directed instruction.
Six hours of GT credit as approved by your district will be provided.
Family Day: What’s on your Plate?
November 13th 2021 –
The continents of today once formed a large land mass known as Pangaea. Over time, the spreading of the sea floor and plate tectonics separated the supercontinent and created geologic formations. Using modeling clay and a special tool, speed up geologic time to see how subsurface processes created folding and faulting that affects where oil and gas can be found.
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Free admission at the museum for all youth under 18 with paying chaperone.