Tagged: science

Doodle Reef Exhibit at Sea Life Aquarium

My family received free admission to the Sea Life Aquarium in exchange for a post about their new Doodle Reef exhibit. We arrived at the mall a few minutes before it opened.  We got an amazing parking spot right outside of the aquarium entrance and went inside to hop in...

Coming Soon to Imagination Station: Body Worlds RX

Temporary Exhibit Challenges Visitors to Make Healthy Lifestyle Choices Imagination Station invites visitors to get up close and personal with the most sophisticated structure in the world – the human body. Body Worlds Rx: Prescriptions for Healthy Living opens May 11. This extraordinary study of our bodies allows visitors to...

The Michigan Science Center – Spring and Summer Fun
The Michigan Science Center – Spring and Summer Fun

Interactive programming makes STEM accessible to all The Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is ready to inspire curious minds of all ages with new programming this spring and summer.  For more information about any of these activities, visit Mi-Sci.org. Spring Break Camp – Staying in town for Spring Break? Check out...

Michigan Science Center Toyota 4D Engineering Theater Review

Michigan Science Center is one of our favorite places to visit with our son.  It has tons of great hands on activities to learn from and is ideal for a good indoor play idea on a dreary day.  This past summer, they opened an additional theater inside the facility that...

Fun Science Experiments for Toddlers

From exploring nature in the backyard to using chemistry in our kitchen, science is a big part of our everyday lives. And that’s one of the best parts about science – it’s easy to demonstrate and create teachable moments every day. It’s never too early to start teaching basic science...

Impression 5 Science Center Newest Exhibit: FLOW

Impression 5 Science Center is a dynamic, interactive space for families to play, create and challenge their understanding of science. Last week was the debut of its newest exhibit space and the opening of Flow: A Water Experience! Inside the exhibit, we explored two stories of interactive water components, from...

Are you a STEMinista?

Do you have a theme song? You know, a song that keeps you motivated? A song that makes you feel like you could take on the world?  A song that runs through your head when you feel discouraged or sad? Dr. Tonya Matthews, CEO and president of The Michigan Science...

Young Scientists Program at Cranbrook Institute of Science

Join other families as we partake in a weekly investigation through the wonders of the natural world with hands-on activities across different disciplines: paleontology, engineering, biology, and more! The program runs through March 30, 2017. preK 10:00 – 10:45am K – 2 4:15 – 5:00pm Fee covers admission for one...

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