The summer is short, so when it comes to exploring with my children I try to bring them on every adventure I can during in the summer. A couple weeks back we were invited to attend a day filled of summer fun at Liberty Science Center we had a blast exploring four exhibits.
I have talked about Dino Dig at the Liberty Science Center before, because every time we explore it we fall in love with it all over again. My kids have always loved and shared interest to learned about dinosaurs. Dino Dig is a perfect place to explore bones and fossils.
I was so happy to see Callie exploring in this exhibit, even with her challenges with her sensory processing disorder she was not bothered one bit by the 35 tons of sand. Dino Dig you can look for more than 60 fossils, many of them replicas of those discovered in Montana by Jack Horner, the famed paleontologist who inspired Jurassic Park.
Some of my favorite childhood memories are watching Author with my cousins. I was so happy to show my girls this exhibit because they know how much I love the show. It was great seeing the show come to life, and all the our favorite Lakewood friend characters.
n Arthur’s™ World, you’re invited to build a love of reading and learning through activities set within classic Arthur locations. Look up recipes and find something for D.W. to eat in the Read family kitchen. Explore life under a microscope and enter a spelling bee in Mr. Ratburn’s classroom. Pick up a book from the Elwood City Library. Make a video in the Lakewood School Auditorium and watch as you appear on a giant television screen!
Arthur’s™ World is included with general LSC admission. Experience it May 26 – Sept. 16, 2018.
What if I told you there is an exhibit where you can teach your little ones all about the gross things nobody wants to talk about. We climb the human intestines to learn about the digestive system, we became a dust particle and walked through a giant nose, and played grossology trivia to test our knowledge, and reveal the secrets of boogers.
The Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium is the largest and most technologically advanced planetarium in the Western Hemisphere.
The 27-meter (88.6-foot) dome, coupled with the all-dome video and astronomical object database, provides an immersive environment in which to explore the Earth and Space Systems Performance Expectations of the NJSLS:S. View astronomical objects and celestial phenomena from the surface of Earth, and then travel into space to truly understand these difficult concepts by flying up to, around, and through the objects.
Before the film, a live presenter shows the audience where the planets are in the night sky that very evening. The kids have never sat so still, it was truly education and fun all at once. The film we watched was In To Worlds Beyond, where we took a tour the planets of our solar system. The tour incorporated the latest information about the solar system, gathered by a fleet of robot probes.
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FTC:A huge Thank you to Momtrends and Liberty Science Center. I was provided free tickets for review purposes only. All opinions expressed here are my own. This is a sponsored post.