Child Study Center Fundraiser
Fundraiser Dates: 04/1/2017 to 7/31/2017
When you visit any Ultimate Shine Express Car Wash location in the area, 30% of the sale will automacally go to the ETSU Child Study Center. Just use the CSC’s code 291 before you pay at any of the pay stations.
There are several locations from which to choose:
- Johnson City ‐ 3105 W. Market St. & 304 W. Oakland Ave.
- Greeneville ‐ 3350 East Andrew Johnson Highway
- Kingsport ‐ 2405 East Stone Drive & 2605 Minnich Trail
- Elizabethton ‐ 1005 Overmountain Drive
- Coming soon! ‐ Bristol Highway, Piney Flats & Euclid Highway, Bristol TN
You can visit as many times as you want using the same promo code between 4/1/2017 and 7/31/2017.
THANKS FOR SUPPORTING THE CHILD STUDY CENTER!
Investigating Spatial and Symmetrical Relationships
with Building Blocks
The Book Fair
The Dragonflies learn about money while shopping for books...
Aerodynamics For Beginners
Can young children really study aerodynamics? Why not? It all starts somewhere.
Shadows, Light, and Reflections
The interaction of light and shadows leads to other discoveries...
Dragonflies Learn About Absorption
Mrs. Jackie brought in Crazy Daisies on Monday for the children to cut and have in the classroom. After the flowers were cut, the children were talking about the colors. That sparked a discussion...
Dragonflies experiment with "magic Sand" and share their observations.
Crickets Go "Down By The Barn".
The Crickets learn about life on the farm and all the hard work involved in keeping the livestock sheltered and fed.
Happy Spring! Fireflies Look At Gardening
As the weather gets warmer and the plants and vegetation begin to bloom, the Fireflies find opportunities for for learning about plants and gardening!
Why Snow Melts - Ladybug Reflections
The Ladybugs put some snow away for a rainy day (no pun intended). The teachers asked them to put on their scientific hats to guess what would make snow melt. Click here for some of their answers!
The Ladybug’s Investigation of Volcanoes
Because these children had been investigating fire fighting as toddlers, they became interested in volcanoes because they also have fire. So, our journey began into an investigation of volcanoes.