I finished teaching today at Hope Harbor Shelter in Nebraska. It was really fun! Mr. Dave Glomski from Edgerton Explorit Center came and did a bunch of fun bubble experiments! One of my favorite experiments that he did was where he put the kids in bubbles! It was so cool!! All the kids, my dad, and Mr. Dave did a little concert with their sound sandwiches. I loved it!
One girl said, “ Oh my gosh! I love science!” One of the moms told us,” God bless you,” when we were leaving. Everyone was so kind! Thank you to Mr. Glomski for helping me teach and thank you Hope Harbor Shelter for allowing me to come teach and empower your students!
I was also able to stop by to see the first Lincoln Monument at the Nebraska State Capitol Building.♥️
Now we’re off to Colorado! Edgerton Explorit Center Hope Harbor, Inc.
Our first stop was at Safe Haven Family Shelter in Nashville, TN. We had 4 science stations and Mr. Chris Earnhardt, from Adventure Science Center, had a bunch of experiments to show the kids. It was so much fun! There was one little boy that asked me so many great science questions! He said the stations were fun. I’m glad he had a good time! I want to thank Safe Haven Shelter for allowing me to serve their kids and Mr. Earnhardt for helping me teach kids. Safe Haven Family Shelter Adventure Science Center
My name is Angelica Krubeck and I am 13 years old. I love science. It's one of my favorite things to do. When I was 8, one of my friends opened up to me. She shared how she grew up in a shelter and how hard every day was. After that conversation, I decided I wanted to help kids like her in some way. Science I love and kids I love, so put them together and it just makes sense. I knew that some kids out there don't get the chance to be creative with science, like how I do. I strongly believe that no kid should be without the education and enjoyment of science! Not only does it help them get away from their worries for a little while, but it also provides education to them. I hope to inspire kids to do great things, to succeed in science, and to develop a love for science despite the challenges they are facing in their life.