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Super Novas - Squishy Circuits

Super Novas is the Nova Labs program for kids. This is going to be our first *official* Super Novas activity, so we had to make it a good one!

Squishy Circuits presents an introduction to electricity and electronics by making working circuits using modeling dough instead of wires! Making animals out of dough is even more exciting when they can have spinning tails and light-up eyes!



Please note the following important information!

• Super Novas is not a drop-off activity, a parent or responsible adult must stay at Nova Labs for the entire event.

• Due to limited parking near Nova Labs, we ask that attendees please park at the Sunset Hills Park and Ride Lot at the corner of Sunset Hills Road and Wiehle Avenue, which is directly across the street from Nova Labs (see https://www.nova-labs.org/contact/#parking).



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  • Jeanne M.

    Do you have an agenda for the session? My son would be able to attend from just 10-12 (baseball practice starts at 12:30). I'm leaning towards waiting for the next oppty, but it would be helpful to see what's covered & when. He loves electronics and would hate to miss this. Thanks!

    September 5, 2013

    • Jason K.

      3 hours was more of a wild guess as to how long this will hold the kids attention. The agenda is going to be about an hour of guided learning explaining the basics of electrical circuits to the kids, and the rest of the time will just be kids trying things out and making things with what they learned and asking questions as needed..

      September 5, 2013

    • Jeanne M.

      Thanks, Jason!

      September 6, 2013

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