Science

Erupting Sensory Snow

Create fun sensory snow and then add a special ingredient to make it erupt!

Bubbling Boo Bombs!

Make bubbling, exploding boo bombs to celebrate Halloween!

Sensation Stations

Drop in for sensory fun!

Young children can engage their senses by scooping, pouring, shaking, and sorting a variety of materials, and will learn about colors, shapes, textures, and sounds!

Sensation Stations

Drop in for sensory fun!

Young children can engage their senses by scooping, pouring, shaking, and sorting a variety of materials, and will learn about colors, shapes, textures, and sounds!

Sensation Stations

Drop in for sensory fun!

Young children can engage their senses by scooping, pouring, shaking, and sorting a variety of materials, and will learn about colors, shapes, textures, and sounds!

Sensation Stations

Drop in for sensory fun!

Young children can engage their senses by scooping, pouring, shaking, and sorting a variety of materials, and will learn about colors, shapes, textures, and sounds!

Sensation Stations

Drop in for sensory fun!

Young children can engage their senses by scooping, pouring, shaking, and sorting a variety of materials, and will learn about colors, shapes, textures, and sounds!

Library Space Camp!

Learn what it takes to venture into space, meet Astronaut Tony England, and complete cool space activities at Library Space Camp!

Science Fun with FEMMES

The University of Michigan student group FEMMES (Females Excelling More in Math, Engineering and Science) will bring a variety of hands-on, engaging activities for young students interested in learning more about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) topics.

During this event, common household items will be used to demonstrate experiments such as making licorice DNA, sorting rocks, and playing hospital simulation games to learn about biology, geology, industrial engineering, and much more.

FEMMES is a group of undergraduate and graduate students who are studying various areas in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and who want to encourage younger girls who might be interested in one day doing the same.

Electronics Lab: Arduino Basics

Build your electronics skills in the Secret Lab!

This week we will take a look at the basics of the Arduino microcontroller. You are also invited to bring in an in-progress electronics project if you want a place to work on it.

Soldering irons, multimeters, and oscilloscope will be available for use!

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