Color our Collections Materials Checklist • A printer and paper• Crayons or colored pencils
Our Magnificent Trees Michael Chitwood, IU's Research and Teaching Preserve property manager, will introduce Science Fest visitors of all ages to our magnificent trees, sharing their history and cultural uses and attributes.
Let’s meet a few heroes. Hoosier Resilience Heroes are people who care about the environment, especially the plants, animals, and people that call Indiana home. They live in every part of the state. They practice and encourage habits that protect the air, water, and climate. Color these
Bird Banding up Close Eve Cusack, part of the MAPS (Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship) team, demonstrates how to catch individual birds, band them, collect data, and release them. The MAPS team operates out of the Kent Research Station.
This coloring page features different planets of the solar system along with the Sun. Materials Checklist • A printer and paper• Crayons or colored pencils
What color is a book? The sun? A butterfly? That's up to you! Book & Planets Butterfly Share your Creations Send a picture of your favorite coloring page to the Sciences Library using the form below, then enter your creation into the official Science Fest Coloring Contest!
Introduction Full color pictures in Astronomy are actually created by taking several images at different wavelengths of light, assigning colors to those images, and then stacking them on top of each other. Play around with the various color combinations and see what you can
Materials Checklist Printed Decoder WorksheetScissorsPencil Introduction Codes are being used to transfer messages secretly from one person to another, so that other people who see the message can't read it. There are many different types of codes, and we use them every day, for