May 27th: Janet’s Planet Daily Dose of Science: Mars Rover, from Viking to Perseverance

May 27th at 3:30 pm This is a CHILDREN’S program, Register child HERE!  

(NOTE:  This is a Zoom program.  Participation is limited to 95 individual children.  We rely on the personal integrity of the adults to not share the link with unregistered people of any age.  If you have more than one child who is age 7 to 12, please register for the number of children who will be participating.  Each child must have their own computer or tablet as they will be recognized individually.)

Janet’s Planet Daily Dose of Science: Mars Rovers, from Viking to Perseverance

STEAM Education for Ages 7 to 12

The CCA invites you to register the child in your life for this out of this world virtual experience!

Children will join Janet Ivey, creator and CEO of Janet’s Planet, on an exploration of the Mars Rovers that have and are travelling its surface.  Children should have paper, pencils, crayons or markers available during the presentation.  There may also be dancing!

Janet is a certified NASA Ambassador and is committed to enriching the lives of children via education and live performances, TV, and online programming. With over 28 years in the children’s entertainment, education and space science outreach sector, Janet has captivated children across the nation with her engaging STEAM programs. Janet has received twelve Regional Emmy Awards and five Gracie Awards for her children’s series Janet’s Planet that airs on 140+ public television stations nationwide.

“What a grand journey you will take on Janet’s Planet! Studying our solar system and the galaxy are the oldest and most ennobling of human activities. Janet’s methods of presentation using unique verbal, visual, and even musical cognitive techniques will create an excitement among young viewers. It is nice to see an educational endeavor that makes learning about our amazing universe so much fun!” 

— Dr. Billy Hix, Professor of Social Science and Education 

Motlow College (NASA Faculty Fellow)

This program is a gift of the Chelmsford Center for the Arts.  Please consider a donation to help us continue our work of bringing the arts to the Greater Merrimack Valley.


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