ACS Kids Zone

ACS Kids Zones are public events featuring facilitator-supported chemistry activities for children and their families. ACS members, including local chemists, chemistry students, and members of the ACS Committee on Community Activities support the interactive investigations so that children experience success doing and learning chemistry. 

ACS Fall 2022 Kids Zone

On Saturday, August 20, ACS President Angela K. Wilson sponsored the free public event at Chicago’s Navy Pier. Participants enjoyed the hands-on science activities, the opportunity to meet real chemists, and the educational giveaways! 

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Watch the Video Recording of the ACS Kids Zone

Take a tour of different hands-on activities facilitated by chemists for children and their families.

ACS Fall 2022 Kids Zone

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ACS Spring 2022 Kids Zone

For ACS Spring 2022, two events were planned - one for younger children and one for high schoolers. Both programs included talks by 2021 Nobel Laureate David MacMillan and were hosted by the Fleet Science Center.

For All Ages: ACS Kids Zone

Students joined for a fascinating short talk from David MacMillan, engaging hands-on science activities, fun educational giveaways, and more. Activities included:

For High School Students: A Conversation with Nobel Laureate David MacMillan

David MacMillan presented a longer talk followed by a question and answer session with participating high school students.

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