Come check out the trebuchet that can sling a pumpkin further than we have room to. Every half hour they will shoot a pumpkin, and in between girls can shoot something smaller and learn the science behind them.
Most people know about Maker Faires, but here is a place with the space, tools and know how to make things. Areas include 3D printing, drones, internet of things, robotics, woodworking and machining, and even crafts.
She was trained by GSUSA to teach leaders and volunteers to help their troops explore the universe. Come try some activities, look through the telescope, and leaders can sign up for the training.
They are devoted to the advancement of technology in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning industry, but they also use their expertise in outreach doing STEM activities with kids.
They design, manufacture, and launch rockets, and everything that is needed for them. They also help educate people in these science aspects with activities and demonstrations.
They promote and highlight women as engineers and leaders in STEM, as well as expanding young ladies interests in STEM with science based activities.
This science based company also sponsors a Scout Engineering Day open to Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. Learn about the day and try a taster of one of their activities.
They teach kids all things aviation in their camps and other educational opportunities. Come see what it takes to fly as you try your hand with their flight simulator.
Yes, we built a hover craft that Daisies and Brownies can sit on a glide around. Hopefully, it will hold up for the large number of Daises and Brownies through the day.
Learn about the everyday activities they offer, as well as educational programs and troop or group overnight possibilities. Try on and try out the laser tag equipment.
Learn how to make home made bubble stuff, make a bubble snake, and even try standing inside a huge bubble.
Look at the optical side of science and through a 4 foot kaleidoscope and other unusual optical devices. Make an optical illusion of your own hand.
Walk the balance beam with and without the use of a balancing pole to see the difference science makes.