Science Happens Here
Science Happens Here is a scavenger hunt card game that encourages students to discover the breadth of STEM-related activities happening daily in their local community. Local First Arizona and the Arizona SciTech Festival are presenting Science Happens Here to help advance STEM education in rural Arizona. Our hope is that parents will encourage their children to explore science and to have fun conducting simple experiments at home. This is a fun, safe and economical way to teach kids about the Science that surrounds them every day!
Cottonwood oak creek school district
Science Happens Here launched in Cottonwood, AZ in the Fall of 2018. 4 schools participated with 25 classrooms conducting over 200 experiments in our first year! Congratulations to Mrs. Heath’s 6th Grade Class and Mrs. Parker’s 5th grade class at Cottonwood Community School for winning the Science on Wheels experiment with the Arizona Science Center.
Science Happens Here is made possible by the continued support of Arizona Public Service (APS), the Arizona Rural Activation and Innovation Network (RAIN), Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, Cottonwood Economic Development Council, and Councilwoman Tosca Henry.
Safford unified School District
Science Happens Here launched in Safford, AZ in the Fall of 2014. In the 2018-19 school year, 6 schools participated with 20 classrooms conducting almost 225 experiments! Congratulations to Mrs. Hall’s 3rd Grade class at Thatcher Elementary and Mr. Branch’s 4th grade class at Lafe Nelson Elementary for winning the Science on Wheels experiment with the Arizona Science Center.
Science Happens Here is made possible by the continued support of Freeport McMoRan.