Watch and engage with a Museum educator who demonstrates amazing scientific experiments. Demos are approximately 30 minutes long.
Have an up-close encounter with snakes, cockroaches and rats! Find out what different animals need to survive in their environment. And come on, who doesn’t love animals?
Recommended Grade Levels: K - 2 and 3 - 7
You won’t believe your eyes! Watch an educator dissect a cow eye while explaining its different parts and functions. Can cows see color? Do our eyes change over time? Learn about the eye-brain system by comparing the difference between human eyes and cow eyes.
Recommended Grade Levels: 5 - 12
Watch an educator dissect a sheep heart while explaining its different parts and functions. How does your heart work? Learn about the cardiovascular system by comparing a sheep heart to a human one.
Chemistry is at its coolest when you put it into action! See four types of chemical reactions, learn the difference between exothermic and endothermic reactions, and watch as a colorless liquid solution changes to blue once shaken… not stirred.
Recommended Grade Levels: 6 - 12
Put your observation and prediction skills to the test as we go step-by-step through an exciting science experiment. What can we learn and what could we do differently next time?
Recommended Grade Levels: K - 6
Can you name the six types of simple machines? Learn how simple machines work and observe simple machines in action.
Recommended Grade Levels: 3 - 5
How do solids, liquids and gases react to super cold temperatures? Make predictions and observations as pennies shatter, balloons shrink and plants crumble.
Recommended Grade Levels: K - 9
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