If you aren’t able to visit The Lancaster Science Factory for a field trip, we want to come to you! Schedule a quality, interactive STEM workshop for your class or group today. Choose from a wide variety of topics or work with our professional STEM Educators to customize a program to your curriculum. These one-of-a-kind workshops are based on current educational standards and can be tailored for grades K – 8 unless otherwise noted.
Workshop topics include coding and robotics, chemistry, engineering design, physics, and more. Make and take workshops like scribblebots and paper circuits allow students to keep their finished projects – just like in our Maker Space!
Ready to book a workshop or just have a few questions? Contact:
Amanda Bakay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-509-6363 x102 to get started!
For questions about program content, suggested grade-levels, or creating a customized program, please contact our Professional STEM Educators: Angel Kilyan at email@example.com or Chris Blackmon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THINK LIKE AN ENGINEER
Students are presented with various design and building challenges and use the engineering design process to solve them.
2D TO 3D THINKING
Students are given a two-dimensional diagram and must use spacial reasoning to construct a three-dimensional structure.
CLICK, SNAP, CIRCUITS!
Students learn about electricity and circuits by building multiple circuit boards from simple to complex. (Ideal for grades 3 – 8)
Students learn about molecules like Oxygen (02) and compounds like Salt (NaCl) by building them out of candy and toothpicks.
NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION
Students experiment with Newton’s Laws of Motion by learning several “magic tricks.”
EXTREME PATTERN BLOCKS
Students explore geometry through manipulative play with pattern blocks and then make pictures using newly learned shapes.
ROBOT MAN OF MEASUREMENT
Students learn about cups, pints, quarts and gallons as they craft a robot buddy to keep!
Students will learn how energy flow changes forms by building interactive, working circuits.
Students will use an assortment of tools and materials to actively engage in the Engineering Design process. They will be prompted to construct an item that fulfills a specific design challenge. Possible outcomes include windmills, sailboats, hydraulic systems, and truss bridges.
Art and electricity combine! Students use batteries and an electronic motor to create an art-making robot of their very own.
Students design and build a windmill that has the power to lift a load.
Using rubber bands, propellers, and other common objects, students make their own unique glider or helicopter.
Students use copper tape and LEDs to create circuits on paper. Get creative by making greeting cards, animals, or anything else you can dream up!
Students will learn the basics of robotics using interactive Edison and LEGO Mindstorm robots. Ideal for grades K – 2.
Students will learn about block programming by making their own unique LED animations with the Circuit Playground Express platform.
Ideal for grades 3+
Coding and Robotics workshops are limited to 15 participants at a time. All other workshops can be held for
approximately 20 students.
Up to 30 minutes: $100
Up to 45 minutes: $135
Up to 60 minutes: $155
90 minute intensives are available upon request.
Travel costs may apply for locations outside of Lancaster County. Add $30 for 20 – 50 miles of travel or $60 for 51 – 100 miles.