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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: astronomy

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

IT'S JUST A (MOON) PHASE by Anna Goolsby, Marketing Assistant

Have you ever looked up at the night sky and thought the Moon was missing? Or that part of it had faded away? Don't worry, it's just a phase! Our Moon is Earth's only natural satellite and, like other debris in our galaxy, it does not give off its own light. It's dependent on the reflection of the Sun's rays on its surface to light up in our night sky. When the Sun is on the other side of our planet, the Moon has no light and becomes a "New Moon," but as we... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 2/9/18

DRAW THE SUN’S CORONA by Marcin Chojnowski, Eclipse Intern

As we all might imagine, astronomy isn’t meant to be learned exclusively inside a classroom. The upcoming total solar eclipse on August 21 st is a great opportunity to get even the youngest of your kids to enjoy a great learning experience. This activity has been designed as a great way to get younger children (ages 3 – 10) actively involved with the upcoming total solar eclipse! A little bit of background first… as it turns out we don’t know everything about... Read More
Posted by Molly Hornbuckle at 7/27/17

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