Science in Play 2 Go
Referred to as SIP2Go, Science in Play 2 Go is the mobile version of Kentucky Science center's permanent early-childhood experience housed in Louisville. It encourages children's curiosity with open-ended opportunities to imagine, create, and share as they learn simply by exploring the world around them via science-based activity stations located throughout the @Benton branch of the Marshall County Public Library. SIP2Go is available all hours the library is open.
SIP2Go is a traveling science exhibit through the Kentucky Science Center. The exhibit teaches children that science can happen anywhere and, they can be scientists through play. Science in Play 2 Go children are challenged with cognitive thinking questions, they build relationships within the library, develop text-to-self connections, and develop a deeper understanding about what science really is. Parents are given the opportunity to guide their children in intellectual growth by exploring with their children through the exhibit. It also teaches parents that science does not have to be through an extravagant experiment, science is everywhere. Even at home!
Meet Ms. Hannah
Hannah Cypret is our Education Specialist for the Sip2Go exhibit hosted at our library until Sep. 3rd. Hannah hopes to work with educators and families while here this summer. During her time here she will be coordinating educational trips for families and field trips for schools.
Hannah is a recent graduate of Murray State University and plans to pursue a teaching degree. She is from Western Kentucky area and excited about using the exhibit in the library to entice kids who want to learn more about science.