Girls At the Museum Exploring Science (GAMES) is a unique program designed to encourage interest and excitement about science in 4th and 5th grade girls. The program consists of six weekly after school visits to the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History (CU Museum). While at the Museum, the girls explore the sciences of archaeology, botany, entomology, paleontology, and zoology through hands-on activities using real museum specimens and direct interaction with scientists and museum professionals. At the end of the six weeks, families of participants are invited to the museum for a pizza dinner and exploration.
In addition to the sessions, the Museum provides transportation to and from school, snacks, follow-up activities, and tool kits for the girls. Transportation and/or parking and dinner for families are also free.
Girls participate as a cohort from a single school at a time. If you would like to see if your school is eligible to participate for free, please send an email to email@example.com
MORE GAMES - "Moving On to Research Experience" will allow GAMES participants to extend and deepen their connection with the University of Colorado and science.
Summer 2018: MORE GAMES for Middle School Girls at the CU Museum. Join us to go behind the scenes at the museum, meet with CU research scientists, venture out into the field, and create your own exhibit to be displayed at the museum.
This program is FREE to attend. Bus passes, lunch and scientific tool kits will be provided.
Please check back in March of 2018 for details on the topics to be covered this summer and registration information.
This is a public program.
For more information, please visit the program website.