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 Kids Club

The AIAA Tucson Section and the University of Arizona NASA Space Grant invite Tucson area students to participate in the award-winning Kids Club. The program presents cool, entertaining (and educational) sessions to show students age 8-12 that science and math can be interesting - and fun!

 

Kids Club 2012-2013 Information

  • Build and Launch Rockets
  • Exploring Mars
  • Aviation Art
  • Build mini-airplanes
  • Comet construction excercises
  • ...and more!

WhenOctober 13, November 17, December 8, January 19, February 16, March 16, April 13, May 18

Time/Place: Classes meet on the UA campus from 1:00-4:00pm.  (Rocketry session location in Oct @ Rincon Vista Field South - off E. Winsett St)

Cost: $45 per child to attend all 8 sessions (discount for 2nd child in same family)

Class size is limited. Program is geared for children grades 3—6. Scholarships are available. For details or to register, email  aiaatucson@gmail.com with "Kids Club" in the subject line.

 Kids Club at 2009 DBF Competition

 

 Education & Student Projects

  AIAA Student Design/Build/Fly Competition
  Pima Community College UAV Club
  University of Arizona Aerial Robotics Club
  University of Arizona Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
  University of Arizona Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
  University of Arizona AIAA Student Branch
 
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