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DIY Science

Rainy day blues? Summertime slump? Cabin fever?

Don’t worry… we’ve got you covered!

Adventure Science Center is proud to offer DIY Science lessons and experiments the whole family can enjoy! Each lesson provides instruction, a materials list, and ideas for activities to get hands-on with science, including sample questions to get those gears turning. Check back for more lessons!

Category: Blast Off

HANDHELD CONSTELLATIONS by Anna Goolsby, Marketing Assistant

Have you ever looked up at the night sky and saw shapes in the stars? You're not alone! Since the beginning, humans have used these shapes, called constellations , to schedule their crops, track the seasons and tell stories to each generation. This activity lets you and your little astronomer explore these constellations as you create some of your own! Materials Star Chart (Get a free printout here !) Flashlight Muffin/Cupcake Baking Liner Toothpick Rubber Band ... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 8/17/18

BUILD A SPACESUIT by Osvaldo Gonzalez, Science Educator

Have you ever wondered why spacesuits are so bulky? It's clear that spacesuits aren't a fashion statement, but they're a vital "accessory" to an astronaut's survival in space. Learn more about spacesuits and how they protect their wearers in this fun, DIY activity! Materials Plastic Frame (or basket) Drinking Straw (single use, metal or glass) Tissue Paper Scissors Tape Popcorn Kernel Goggles (or other protective eyewear) Activity ... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 8/14/18

CRATER CREATION by Bethany Caldwell, Science Educator

August is for the astronauts. This month, we're exploring everything SPACE and what better way to start than with a trip to our only natural satellite, the Moon! The Moon's surface is full of big holes called craters which give it that distinct "Man in the Moon" apperance. Get your little one ready for their first moonwalk as you learn more about how these craters are formed with this fun and easy DIY activity!  Materials Small Container  Sand or Pay... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 8/1/18

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