“How many seeds in a pumpkin?” That’s the question posed in Mr. Tiffin’s elementary school class in the book by the same name by Margaret McNamara. Read with us to find out!
Families who come to our FREE Nutrition Expedition program will get to make a healthy snack with educators from Marian Regional Medical Center and learn about healthy eating and exercise habits. In the Makerspace, construct a gorgeous architectural mask to wear to the Discovery Museum Batty Ball on Oct. 28!
Geometry never tasted so good! Kids can learn about shapes, angles, and dimensions by doing the Marshmallow Geometry Challenge and then go race balloon rockets in the Makerspace.
Join us for some super-fun, fall-themed fitness stations, and then head over to the Makerspace to build—and make art with—a scribble bot!
This week we’re going taking off for India where we’ll learn about Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights, and make clay candle holders. In the Makerspace, use the theory of probability to design your own felt monster!
Children can develop their basic math and vocabulary skills by playing this fun forest animal graphing game!
Colors, shapes, and forest animals come alive in the classic children’s book “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle. This week’s story selection is bilingual for the enjoyment of Spanish speakers as well.
Combine art and math to make a colorful leaf tessellation!
This week we’re observing, classifying, and engineering leaf creatures in our biological lab!
Join staff from the Discovery Museum’s Central Coast Makerspace at the Saturday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Santa Maria Public Airport Come see the only 2018 performance of the Canadian Snowbirds in California, then visit the Discovery Museum booth for fun, […]
Put your balance to the test by trying to walk the beam with a leaf on your head. In the Makerspace, we’re doing the explosive soda and Mentos science project!
Learn about harvest festivals celebrated around the world and make a beautiful fruit sun catcher. Over in the Makerspace for Brian Builders, we’re mastering circuitry by making Popsicle stick flashlights!