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CAGIS Virtual brings STEM into your home in these fun, live sessions led by real experts and a CAGIS instructor! Each session includes an introduction to the topic, a hands-on or virtual activity, and time for questions at the end.
Sessions occur on Saturdays at the following times:
Ages 7-12: 8 am Pacific • 9 am Mountain • 10 am Central • 11 am Eastern • 12 pm Atlantic
Ages 11-16: 10 am Pacific • 11 am Mountain • 12 pm Central • 1 pm Eastern • 2 pm Atlantic
Sessions are free for CAGIS Virtual members and open to non-members for $16 per session. Registration opens to members before the general public.
Membership: $200 per year; $50 per sibling per year
Membership lasts for one full year from the date of purchase. You can buy a membership at any time of year and you will receive a full year of programming.
Combined Membership: $250 per year
Can’t get enough STEM? This is the membership for you! Enjoy all the benefits of a Chapter membership and a CAGIS Virtual membership at a discounted price (total savings of $15)!
Experiment, build, explore, and invent!
Give the gift of a CAGIS Virtual Membership. When you purchase a gift membership, you will receive an immediate email with a code and image to share with the recipient.
Do you believe in ghosts? What about ghosts created with math? We created different projections that, combined, created a 3D image floating in the air.
Have you ever had a stuffy nose or cough? Those are signs that you’re feeling sick, but how can you tell when a plant is sick? Together, we became plant doctors – or plant pathologists – and diagnosed sick plants.
Have you seen an airplane cockpit and wondered about all the information on the panel? Aircraft pilots rely on these instruments! Together, we flew a flight simulator and used instruments to pilot a plane in bad weather!
Are you ready to indulge in the delicious world of fudge-making? There’s a lot of chemistry involved in the science of sugary treats. Together, we used science to make fudge!
Have you ever wondered how scientists determine the age of a fossil or ancient relic? The secret is at the heart of an atom!
Ewww… what’s that slippery stuff?! Halloween is a time to explore hygroscopic substances that are slimy, slippery, and sticky.
Did you know that clouds are not weightless? We made clouds in jars, learning about the science of clouds, and discussing how clouds affect the aviation industry.
Phenakistoscopes are one of the earliest animation devices, made with a series of still images on a rotating disk. We built our own phenakistoscopes and explored the mind-bending secrets of apparent motion.