Step into a world of events this week where learning, creativity, and exploration come alive! From investigating space with NASA astronauts to making your own sweet treats, we've put together a list of free and virtual events meant to ignite your child's curiosity and inspire their imagination!
Here are our top five picks for virtual fun June 21-28:
We all know that Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system and that Mars is the one humans can most likely visit. But how do we know that? And how have we figured out how to launch rockets, survive on space stations, and deflect oncoming asteroids? Join former astronaut Leland Melvin for an interactive investigation of the science behind space exploration. June 21
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Bring a white piece of paper, a flashlight, and at least one glass of water for this STEAM experiment! Feel free to bring clear glasses of different shapes and sizes to see which works best. June 23
Join techgirlz to create your own infographic! Students will learn the difference between good and bad research, gather information on a topic of their choosing, and then make their own infographic from the data collected. June 24
Grab your aprons and join Big Y World Class Market for a kids cooking class! You'll make Vanilla Berry Frozen Yogurt Bark. Register now for an ingredient list! June 27
Grab your art supplies and join Crayola for a journey around the world! In this class, young artists will explore how the arts and travel expand their understanding of the world! Participants will also have a chance to create original postage stamps and Travel Collage Art. June 28