SEPT.14-20: ONE FOR THE BOOKS WONDERWEEK
¡Que vivan los niños! Hooray, kids! The Children Museum of Houston’s weeklong celebration will focus on the joys of being a kid and on enriching kids’ lives with bilingual literacy.
International Dot Day: Discover the power and potential of creativity as we create a work of art to celebrate International Dot Day at Alexander Art Academy.
Field Guide to Native Plants: Create your own book to help you identify plants commonly found in the Houston area at EcoStation.
My Story Rocks: Come join us and make your own story using picture stones, arranging them on a story board at EcoStation.
Papel Picado Flag: Use papel picado to design an independence flag at Junktion.
The Little Lizard: Create your own lizard who searched for the sun after reading The Lizard and the Sun tale at Junktion.
Flower Crown: Design a colorful flower crown inspired by Mexican painter Frida Kahlo during the Mexican Independence Day celebration at Junktion.?
Camera Obscura: Design Mexican-themed artwork with the camera obscura at Science Station.
Galactic Storytime: Blast off to far away worlds and journey with us during Galactic story time at Parent Resource Library.
Cabbage Chemistry: Using red cabbage juice and other food products, you will learn how to test the liquid in a cabbage for analyzing pH levels at Power Science Lab.
Iron in Cereal: Explore how to test iron in your morning cereal and learn about the important role iron plays in the human body at Power Science Lab.
Testing Proteins: Test for proteins in different foods using a special technique known as Piotrowski's test at Power Science Lab.
Oily Fats: Learn how to compare fat levels in different cooking oils at Power Science Lab.
***Activities, events, and times subject to change.
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