Start your chemistry adventure by checking out chemistry kits from one of the participating libraries! Completing each kit earns you one stamp. Kits are available for check out at your library. Upon earning three stamps, six stamps, and completing all ten, you will receive designated prizes from your librarian. You can also come to chemistry adventure days at your local library after signing up at your local library. See the chemistry adventure days link to find out when they are.
If you live in western Massachusetts but are far from a participating library, let your library know about the chemistry adventure program. See the participating libraries tab for details. If you don't live in western Massachusetts, you can still participate in the adventure. All our kits are included in this site under the tab "Kits." There you will also find a supplies list for each experiment. Just obtain the supplies and do the experiment with your child.
Thank you for joining us in this adventure!
Ashley Figueiredo and Maria A. Gomez
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