Join us for science story
time and use NYSCI’s Picture Dots app to add colorful dots,
text, silly sounds and your own voice to make the story
come to life.
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Make your own colorful crayons to make bath time fun.
Bounce your way into learning as you explore chemistry in a fun new way. Mix and mold everyday household ingredients to create your own bouncy ball.
Sunday, May 29
Explore the fascinating world of insect habitats. Use recycled materials to design and create a home for our crawly friends!
Sunday, May 22
Explore new ingredients and mix up a batch of your own edible play dough.
Sunday, May 15
Learn to tie dye and create colorful swirls and groovy patterns while transforming pieces of fabric.
Sunday, May 8
Use your senses to observe, tinker and learn about flowers and other natural materials.
Sunday, May 1
Mix simple household ingredients to make a batch of moldable play sand.
Sunday, April 24
Explore light and color while experimenting with prisms, flashlights and filters. Then, create your own catcher to take home.
Sunday, April 17
Invent your own flavor as you shake up a small batch of healthy, homemade ice cream.
Sunday, April 3
Mix and mold fun household ingredients to create a scented soap to take home.
Sunday, March 20
Is it a liquid or a solid? Mix and squish household ingredients with micro beads to make a special polymer called Floam.
Sunday, March 13
Practice your engineering skills as you squish, mush and build with cornstarch packing peanuts, cardboard and your imagination.
Sunday, March 6
Design and make your own bubble-blowing tools from everyday objects and recycled materials. Test your new bubble tool to blow bubbles of different sizes.
Sunday, February 28
Discover the chemistry reaction between acids and bases through a hands-on science exploration. Make a batch of dirt dough and watch how it turns into fizzy mud.
Sunday, February 14
Investigate everyday materials to create a colorful painting. Mix a batch of washable paint to continue your art at home.
Sunday, February 7
Celebrate the Year of the Monkey as you tinker with LEDs and tissue paper to make a glowing lantern.