Sessions are held the first Wednesday of each month and run 35-45 minutes.
Grade Levels: Elementary: 11 a.m., Middle School: 12 p.m., High School 1 p.m. Program Capacity: 25 students and up to 10 adults.
Rates: Member: $5 / Non-member: $10. To register, call 313.577.8400, Option 5, weekdays from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Slimy Science – October
Get grossed out with this hands-on program where you will make fake blood, scabs, snot and other gross things. Take home the recipes for these gross activities to scare your friends.
Ice Age Mammals – November
Participants will learn about the difference between dinosaurs and the ice age titans like wooly mammoths and saber-toothed tigers through this hands-on program. Make n Take home your own fossil.
Baby Animals – December
Participants will learn about all five types (mammal, reptile, bird, amphibian and fish) of animals in this hands-on program. You will be able to interact with some of our MiSci Critters like Sheldon or Stella.
Science of Art – January (will be held Jan. 14)
Participants will learn how science and art go hand-in-hand. Make your own piece of multi-media art.
Engineer This! – February
Create, Build, Destroy! Put on your engineering hat and explore the fascinating world of building. Can your building withstand an earthquake? Test your skills!
You be the Inventor! – March
Do you have an idea that could change the world? Learn about famous inventors and develop your own catapult and see how far it can throw a marshmallow.
Museum Adventures – April
Take a stroll through the museum and get a behind the scenes tour from one of our educators. Participants will get to experience the Science Center in a whole new way.
Astronomy (Night Skies) – May
Why are there stars? What patterns do you see? Learn about our night sky and how to use the stars to navigate. Take home your own sky chart.