How do cells work? Why do volcanoes erupt? Where do black holes exist in outer space? Join us this summer as we explore a spectacular display of scientific wonders and find answers to these questions on Wizard School (formerly WonderBox). Are you ready to see science in action?
Enter a Black Hole
Black holes may sound like something out of a weird science fiction movie, but they really exist. Learn how they are created and the ways in which they affect both matter and time. Then, imagine a journey into a black hole and make a postcard about your adventure.
Who doesn’t lav-a volcano? Volcanoes play a major role in shaping the geography of our planet and created the conditions needed for life on Earth. Learn about these explosive wonders and then make a talking volcano to share with a friend.
Draw a Cell
Do you like to build things with blocks or Legos? It’s fun to see how lots of little pieces fit together to make one big structure. All living things are also made up of building blocks called cells. Learn all about how they were discovered and see how they look. Then, draw a cell using our built-in design tools and explain to your friends how the cell functions!
The periodic table is a special list of 118 chemical elements that form the building blocks of all things that exist. Each one has unique properties! Learn about elements such as carbon, hydrogen, sulfur and mercury, and then give an element a voice so it can talk about where it can be found.
What’s the oldest thing you’ve seen? Fossils are records of life preserved in rock and other substances from the very distant past. Some may be up to 4 billion years old! Learn how scientists uncover them and use them as clues to piece together facts about history. Then, make a drawing of the prehistoric animal you imagine when you look at a fossil “buried” in Wizard School!
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