Neshaminy Montessori and Trevose Day School Alumni, Amanda Frischmann, joins our program twice a week to teach the children all different areas of science.
Amanda is a recent graduate of the University of Richmond with a double major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology along with a Health Care minor.
She is excited to return to her old school to bring her love of science to the children. Amanda’s goal is to get her PhD and run her own research lab.
The children have done so many wonderful experiments, from Elephant Toothpaste where they learned about catalysts and live organisms to Lava Lamps in which they learned about mixtures.
They have also had lessons in living vs. nonliving, engineering where they tested the strength of paper columns in different shapes and had tower challenges, and also all about the weather from precipitation to the wind.
The children have so much fun and can’t wait to see what they are doing with Ms. Amanda each week!