When you are walking in a field or woods and come across some animals tracks what would you do next? You are unsure what type of tracks they are, but want to find out. The Champlain Library will be offering a hands-on activity for kids eight years and older on how to look for and identify animal tracks. Kids will learn the technology behind an animal tracking database including how 3D scanning and 3D printing works.
This is just one of the science related activities offered by Let’s Talk Science for kids participating in the Summer Reading Club at the library. This free activity will take place on Wednesday, August 7 at 3:30 pm. Also, mark your calendars for August 14 as Ray’s Reptiles will be presenting at the closing event of the Summer Reading Club at Mill Street Park. Registration is required for all activities, so please register your child by calling the Champlain Library at 613-678-2216.
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