Flying into Space
What would happen if the Earth did not revolve around the sun? What are sound waves? And why are they silent in space? Experiential activity for children in grades 4-6
The sun affects us in many ways and Earth is home to many complex systems that are based on solar energy. These systems allow all living things to exist, including plants, animals and, of course, humans. Even the seasons are an example of the direct impact the sun has on Earth.
During this activity, the children are introduced to the solar system and the conditions that allow life on Earth. A guided interactive tour of the Science Park further introduces them to rotational movement, sound waves, and the mysteries of sunlight.
At the end of the tour, the children will participate in a hands-on workshop.
All activities are facilitated by Science Park instructors.
For students in grades 4-6.
By appointment only, during regular business hours and between 9:00-11:00 or 10:00-12:00.
In the Science Garden of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot
40 NIS per child. A class of fewer than 20 children will be charged by a minimum of 20 children
By appointment only, through the registration center. Tel: 08-9378300