Oregon Wood Magic

 

What is Wood Magic?

at OSU October, 7-9 2014

and in Portland April 29 & 30, 2014

Wood Magic Logo

An Interactive Program on Wood As A Resource

Oregon Wood Magic is a 2 hour and 45 minute interactive experience designed to educate elementary students about the wonders of wood as a material. It is primarily designed for third and fourth grades, but can accommodate blended 4/5 classes. Students and their teachers visit a series of nine stations that cover aspects of science and technology relative to wood and wood products. The stations are designed to be visually stimulating and interactive. The goal is to educate students about wood material and encourage them to think about resource issues. Each station is connected to a series of lesson plans.

 

Our Fall Program has open slots.  Please contact Michelle Maller (michelle.maller@oregonstate.edu) to inquire about availability.


 

 

After You Are Accepted:

1. Fill out the mandatory Excel Trip List, which will be attached to the online form (#2), and save it to your computer.

2. Submit your Trip List via the online form using the Browse button to locate the Excel file, from #1, which you saved to your computer. Do not fax your form. Faxes are no longer accepted.

3. If you need it, apply for transportation funding assistance through OFRI.

 

For More Information Contact:

Jeff Morrell
Wood Magic Director
Department of Wood Science & Engineering
Oregon State University
119 Richardson Hall Corvallis, OR 97331-5751
Phone: 541-737-4222
Email: jeff.morrell@oregonstate.edu