Children

Make an easy Lava Lamp

In this science experiment children will learn how they can use regular household items to make a lava lamp. This program is for children ages 2 and up.

Clouds In a Bubble

Children will experiment with dry ice and soapy mixture. This program is for children ages 5 and up.

Make a Big Dry Ice Bubble & Make Fizzy Lemonade

Experiment with dry ice and use home made soapy water and make your own fizzy lemonade. This program is for ages 5 and up.

Marble Races

Marble Races:  Come join us for competitive marble racing! Children will build roller coasters out of paper, then if the coasters are strong enough to hold up a marble the races begin!  This program is appropriate for 6-12 year olds.

The Human Body Experience

National Health and Science Museum presents "The Human Body Experience!"Children explore five major systems of the human body by interacting with plastinated human organs and bone casts and do games or crafts related to anatomy or pathology.  This program is appropriate for 6-12 year old children.

Family Science Fun Day - Make Your Own Rain Gauge

Join NASA’s Global Precipitation Measure Mission! Discover the importance of collecting information about rainfall by building and testing your own rain gauge.

Truck Farm

Presented by DC Central Kitchen and The People's Garden, the Truck Farm is a traveling, edible exhibit that allows D.C.’s youth to really dig in to the source of the food that fuels their growing bodies and minds.Join us to learn about yummy plants and see how they can be used.  Each session will include a tasting!

Sundown Science

Ages 4 and up are invited to explore scientific concepts and conduct fun experiments. Learn about color pigments and chromatography and watch as black ink transforms into different colors.

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