If you saw our last Science At Play feature, you learned how to make crystals at home. Crystals are the structures normally found inside a Geode. So, we learned how to make those amazing crystals structures at home, but how are they made naturally inside a geode? Another one of our Teen Innovation Ambassadors is here to explain the science.
If you are interested in a fun activity you can try at home, check out Science At Play: Make Your Own Crystals.
Teen Innovation at the Connecticut Science Center provides youth, primarily from under-resourced communities in Connecticut, with opportunities to develop problem-solving skills, gain confidence, and explore STEM career and college pathways. Teen Innovation Ambassadors spend six weeks over the summer creating original programs and exhibits that teach others about STEM.
Teen Innovation is made possible by major support from The Gawlicki Family Foundation, and the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. Additional supporters include Beatrice Fox Auerbach Foundation Fund at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Stanley D. and Hinda N. Fisher Fund at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Cox Charities, People’s United Community Foundation, and Berkshire Bank Foundation.
This content was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
For more information on our Teen Programs at the Connecticut Science Center, visit CTScienceCenter.org/Teens.
Katelyn Rutty is the Communications Coordinator at the Connecticut Science Center where she manages all of the online content platforms. She has a Masters in Business Administration from Western New England University.