The Sacramento Breakfast Optimist Club turned science into play

The Sacramento Breakfast Optimist Club set up science stations in the hospital’s central area, where patients conducted “experiments” with light and color, a tin foil boat, magnets, pattern block butterflies and more.

The innovative, hands-on program is the brain child of Ron Kremer, a science and mathematics educator on a mission to make science fun. A retired teacher, Kremer volunteers in the Shriners Hospital School where he brings learning to life with his innovative, hands-on projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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