February 21, 2015 - Students in Grades 5-8
Motivating students to stretch the capacity of their unlimited imaginations, Orlando Science Center challenges students to transform ordinary and found objects into a kinetic system. Awards will be given based on problem-solving, best use of science and mechanical innovation.
Best in Fair winners receive $500 to the team and medals to the team members! Prizes of $250 are also awarded to Best use of Science and Most Innovative, and to the winning school’s sponsoring teacher.
Curtis Kinetic Science Competition 2015 Information
Registration Deadline: February 6, 2015
Set-up: February 20-21, 2015
Judging and Awards Ceremony: February 21, 2015
Be sure to check out the new requirements!
Curtis Kinetic Science Competition Requirements
28 February 2014
Posted in Curtis Kinetic Science Competition
Students brought out their inner Wayne Szalinski at the 2014 Kinetic Challenge! Szalinski, of course, was the eccentric inventor from “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” who built Rube Goldberg-inspired contraptions.
While these fifth through eighth graders weren’t creating shrink rays, they were transforming ordinary and found objects into artistic kinetic sculptures. Prizes including $500 for Best in Fair! Congratulations to our winners!