Abstract Leaf Sculpture Ages 5 and up When Constantin Brancusi arrived in Paris in the early 1900’s he was invited to work with the well-known artist August Rodin. […]
Mango Lassi Yummy for Everyone Happy Holi! Holi is a Hindu Holiday that celebrates the return of Spring! All over India, and elsewhere, crowds gather to throw brightly colored powder […]
Watch a Seed GrowAges 2 and up During Springtime we are surrounded by plants beginning to grow. Today, we are going to set up a science lab on our window. […]
Cherry Blossom Tree Ages 3 and up Now is a great chance to go outside and check out some beautiful blossoms. In Utah, one of the best places […]
Contact Paper Rainbow Ages 3 and up, Sensory Friendly In March, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as well as the first day of Spring! During this month it snows less […]
Pointillism Project Ages 3 and up During the month of March, the Museum is displaying the art of local artist Durga Ekambaram in a new exhibit called Intriguing […]
Pi Day Picnic Great for kids 3 and up with an adult We like to celebrate Pi Day with a side of Pie. 3.14, or Pi, is roughly […]
Women Working Together Paper Chain Ages 6 and up Happy International Women’s Day! On March 8th we join with communities all over the world to recognize the accomplishments […]
Which Beak Works Best? Ages 3 and up Listen outside-what can you hear? If you are lucky, you might hear some birdsong that signals the beginning of the warmer weather. […]
Painting with Nature Ages 3 and up Impressionist art is named for its ability to capture the artist’s impressions of a scene. In the 19th century, photography was becoming more […]
Today we are celebrating Read Across America and Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Join our friends at Mark Miller Subaru for a virtual storytime and then make this great Dr. Seuss Day art […]
Rainbow Walking Water Ages 5 and up. It’s already March! As we get ready for a month full of fun Springtime events, we thought we would start with this activity […]
Astronaut Boot Camp! Astronaut Celebration! Ages 2 and up Did you know your child can get letters from current astronauts? If you send a letter (or a card!) along with […]
Astronaut Boot Camp! Tasty Constellations Ages 2 and up This tasty snack is a great way to learn about the stars! Constellations provide landmarks in the night sky and can […]
Moon Phases Clark Planetarium We are excited to kick off Astronaut Boot Camp with this awesome video from our friends at the Clark Planetarium!
Astronaut Boot Camp! Starry Night Play dough Ages 2+ Space-the final frontier! Learning about space from a young age is not only important but can also be a lot of fun. It can be […]
Solar System Mobile Ages 7 and up with an adult For older kids who are learning about space in their classrooms, creating a solar system sun mobile is a great […]
Making a Lunar Landscape Ages 3 and up Why does the Moon have craters? Today we are going to do an experiment to learn about the lunar surface by making […]
Fried Milk Confucius Institute We are thrilled to share this recipe with you in celebration of the Chinese New Year! Special thanks to the Confucius Institute at The University of […]
Purely Presidential Fitness Routine Throughout the history of The United States, we have had many different personalities in the White House. While they have all had different ways to reduce […]
Here is a fun way to turn some recycling into a fun decoration! By making your own haunted house, you can customize it to be as scary or as silly as your child wants.
From now until the presidential election we are going to have a monthly lesson about how the election process works! Last month we talked about registering to vote, and this month we are talking about the candidates!
How do people build roller coasters? How do they know they won’t get stuck somewhere on the track? Physicists have to carefully design coasters to ensure that they are not only fun but safe as well! In this activity, we make our own coasters and attach them to our walls.
Famous artists like Dorothea Lange used their camera to capture interesting perspectives, and help people think about daily life in a new way. Take a camera and try some activities!
Pointillism is a artistic technique where you make a picture using just dots. The most famous example is “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” by Georges Seurat. Today, we are going to use dots to make a picture of the states of matter
Join Discovery Gateway every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for our STEAM Learning Lab! While the museum is temporarily closed we will continue to bring programming to you and your family!