Student Scientist Sleuths

Children, Community Programs, Wave Makers

Wave Maker kids discover a mystery …

On a recent episode of Wave Makers, Kids Finding Things Out, our naturalist scientist sleuths tested the water in the creek and in mysterious white flakes of water that fell from the sky. Turns out there’s more nitrogen in the water running in the creek than in the new water falling from above.

Where did the nitrogen come from? And who put it there!

These are the kind of mysteries our student scientist sleuths investigate every Saturday at Wave Makers, CEED’s new program starring your children age 8-18. Join today, and soon your child will be an investigator, too! Don’t miss it!

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