Join us for our second Virtual Innovation Studio! The first 50 families to sign up will receive a FREE Innovation Studio kit, with all of the necessary supplies to follow along with 3 hands-on science and engineering activities at home! This December, learn how to make your own bath bombs, bake a snow globe cookie, and play with prisms. The Museum of Science, Boston, will also be joining us to teach us all about an astronomer from the 1940s, Cecilia Payne, who discovered what stars are made of.
The first 50 families to sign up will receive a FREE Innovation Studio kit, with all of the necessary supplies to follow along with 3 hands-on science and engineering activities at home!
ONE KIT PER FAMILY. Please only register for one kit per family, NOT per child.
ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. These activities involve the use of tools and materials that require adult supervision and proper safety precautions. Science and engineering are fun and interesting subjects that help us build our confidence through learning how to do hard things and be safe at the same time.
DIDN’T GET A KIT? We will provide a list of everything you need to follow along on your own! Feel free to participate in one or two activities, or follow along with all three!
*Materials with an asterisk are NOT provided in the kit
2 T baking soda
1 T Epsom salt
1 T citric acid
1 T cornstarch
½ tsp water*
1 tsp coconut oil
Snow Globe Cookies:
A sugar cookie mix
A stick of butter*
A mixing bowl*
A container of frosting
Parchment paper or tin foil*
Green melting wafers
A bowl of cold water*
A way to hang your balloons (string or pipe cleaners or skewers)*
CAN’T MAKE 10:30AM ON December 12th? Our Virtual Innovation Studio will be available to watch whenever you are free, after its release.
For any questions, email Lea Schram von Haupt at STEM@nationalww2museum.org