Engaging & Unique

The goal for each Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) Program is to provide a fun, engaging and unique learning environment for a class of students that :

  • Helps them build/re-build healthy relationships with their fellow students, while providing each student with a sense of belonging
  • Allows them to express their excitement to learn, and reinforces their sense of achievement and self-confidence
  • Triggers or re-ignites their interest in exploration, experimentation, and curiosity
  • Provides them with a chance to reflect on the past year

Programs

MOSAC has developed curriculum-linked 3-hour programs for Kindergarten through Grade 6.

Rocks Rock!

Your students will experience an exciting introduction to the three rock types that make up our entire planet.

  • Grades: K-2

Uncover your budding geologists! Your students will experience an exciting introduction to the three rock types that make up our entire planet. With hands-on exploration and samples from the extensive MOSAC collection of rocks and crystals they will learn about rock formations and properties using the same tools used by geologists working in the field.

Charge it Up

Students will receive a fun introduction to electricity as they work with devices that convert energy — Safely!

  • Grades: 3–5

What really happens when we flip on the light switch? Your students will receive a fun introduction to electricity as they work with devices that convert energy from one form to another. Students will participate in and complete a series of challenges using electrical circuits and equipment – safely.

Cellular Adventures

Students investigate plant cells and cell structure by extracting and preparing their own samples for microscope viewing.

  • Grades: 6–8

Uncover your budding geologists! Your students will experience an exciting introduction to the three rock types that make up our entire planet. With hands-on exploration and samples from the extensive MOSAC collection of rocks and crystals they will learn about rock formations and properties using the same tools used by geologists working in the field.