Learning just became extra magical with these Disney STEAM classes!
If you are curious about how the Disney Parks work and would like to learn more about how Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics concepts are applied at Disney then these classes are perfect for you.
Teacher Abby is offering 5 different courses for learners of all ages! Yes, this is not just for kids anymore! And she even have a special link for Chip and Co fans to REGISTER.
These are the different classes she is offering:
Disney STEAM: Magic Kingdom
In this class you will learn about holograms, mosaics, animatronics, QR codes and forced perspective divided in 5 lessons.
Disney STEAM: Epcot
Learn about undersea creatures, circle vision videos and photos, aerodynamics and stability, geodesic polyhedrons and how music and art can complement one another!
Disney STEAM: Animal Kingdom
Have fun learning about hidden Mickeys, track switches on roller coasters, estimating heights using triangles, x-rays and animal conservation as well as phosphorescence in Pandora!
Disney STEAM: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
If Halloween is your favorite time of the year then this course is perfect for you! Learn about stage makeup, magic shots and lenticular photos. Sounds cool right?
Disney STEAM: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
This is perfect for Christmas lovers! Here you will do three mini projects like building a castle, creating a projector and covering your castle with ice to create one amazing result!
All the theme parks classes are $21 per learner and the party ones are $15 and $12.
Credit: Teacher Abby
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