BASF Kid’s Lab – Fun Chemistry Workshops for the Holidays

25 April 2014

(This article was kindly provided by BASF South East Asia Pte Ltd)

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(Photo Credit: BASF South East Asia Pte Ltd)

BASF Kids’ Lab is returning this year at Jurong Regional Library from May 31 to June 7! Participants will have the opportunity to conduct exciting water storage and water purification experiments. They will learn fascinating things such as how diapers absorb large amounts of water and how water is treated for consumption. The interactive chemistry workshops are now open for registration at the GoLibrary portal. Participation is free.

As The Chemical Company, BASF stresses the importance of science education with the understanding that today’s students will be the thinkers, innovators and leaders of the future. BASF developed its global Kids’ Lab program to encourage children ages 6-12 to gain a better appreciation of and interest in the dynamic world of chemistry. Kids’ Lab is designed to provide a fun, hands-on learning experience. Participants explore chemistry through safe and engaging experiments, coupled with interactive Q&A and demonstrations. They learn how chemistry is all around us.

This is the 11th year that BASF is organizing Kids’ Lab in Singapore. More than 1,000 children participate in the Kids’ Lab program every year and they usually enjoy it thoroughly. This year, participants will carry out two water-related experiments with help from youthful facilitators. Space is limited, so book early!

Who: Kids 6 – 12 years old                                               

When: 31 May – 7 June 2014

Where: Jurong Regional Library

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