Teaching science through stories

Wade Young

Joe Allen of ScienceTellers educates a packed library of youth how to use their senses when observing science on Thursday, June 20. (Wade Young Photo)

Science experiments brought an intergalactic story to life for kids at the Montgomery Library last week.

Through interactive storytelling and easy-to-understand science experiments, ScienceTellers, a national program, made learning fun for all ages on Thursday. It was part of the library’s Summer Reading Program.

The show was called, “Aliens: Escape from Earth” and was about 45 minutes long and split into two parts. The first part of the program was the story segment. The second part used science experiments to “bring the story to life,” to teach kids about science using audience participation.

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