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Science Story Hour: Dinosaurs Young children will enjoy a story or two about prehistoric animals and then explore the Wagner Institute's natural history museum with a scavenger hunt. Stories will be highlighted with touchable...
Playground Physics at Franklin Square Explore the laws of physics while enjoying the carousel and other fun activities at the Franklin Square! Sponsored by Drexel University.
It's Raining Cats & Dogs! A Day in the Life of a Small Animal Veterinarian Join Dr. Otto , head of the University of Pennsylvania Animal Emergency Care, and her canine (dogs!) friends, and learn all about the way dog's think.
Wild about Wildlife Have you ever wanted to know more about the wildlife that lives in your backyard and local National Wildlife Refuge? Participate in hands-on activities about the birds, mammals, amphibians, and...
Traveling Science Show Explore exciting science concepts including energy, the human body, weather patterns, chemistry, aviation, astronomy, electricity, light, and motion. With explosive experiments and hands-on activities, these Franklin Institute Traveling Science Shows...
Kids Judge! Science Demonstrations Don't miss this opportunity to experience multiple hands-on, interactive experiments from the University of Pennsylvania - Biological Basis of Behavior students that will demonstrate the exciting elements of science!
Riverbend on the Road Every living thing needs a place to live, a habitat. Students explore the different needs of some local animals, as they get up close and personal with animals from...
Kids' Science Movies: Ice Age Come see the natural world in action at the Wagner Free Institute of Science! A movie experience unlike any other awaits children in grades K-6. Join us to watch Ice...
Science in The Simpsons There’s no actual science in the Simpsons animated series right? Dr. Paul Halpern, a physics PhD at the University of the Sciences thinks there is. Come find out why there...
Attractive Ions Cations!! Anions!! Positive and Negative. Opposites Attract? Let's hope so. How do we know? Ionic solutions can conduct electricity. Solutions without ions cannot. So...
Seed Starting: Gardening with Kids Discover the wonders of gardening with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society! Environmental Educator, Lori Hayes, will provide hands on demonstrations for all involved.
Animal Adaptations with the Wagner Free Institute Join an educator from the Wagner Free Institute of Science to learn about animal adaptations. How do animals survive in their habitats? From camouflage to mimicry, this interactive lesson will...
Become a Computer Expert! Learn about computers and computing careers with hands-on activities. Students will work together to understand the differences among computing-related degrees and to showcase the importance of technology in today’s world....
Kids Judge! Science Demonstrations Don't miss this opportunity to experience multiple hands-on, interactive experiments from the University of Pennsylvania - Biological Basis of Behavior students that will demonstrate the exciting elements of science!
Riverbend on the Road Every living thing needs a place to live, a habitat. Explore the different needs of some local animals, as you get up close and personal with animals from Riverbend...
CSI: Ancient Egypt, Forensic Anthropology 101 In an effort to learn more about the physical aspects of humankind, both past and present, anthropologists developed methods and techniques to evaluate human skeletal remains; techniques that apply in...
Traveling Science Show Explore exciting science concepts including energy, the human body, weather patterns, chemistry, aviation, astronomy, electricity, light, and motion. With explosive experiments and hands-on activities, these Franklin Institute Traveling Science Shows...
Traveling Science Show Explore exciting science concepts including energy, the human body, weather patterns, chemistry, aviation, astronomy, electricity, light, and motion. With explosive experiments and hands-on activities, these Traveling Science Shows are guaranteed...
Dream Big - Engineering! Creativity, problem solving, and working with amazing people - engineering has it all!  Join the Philadelphia Society of Women Engineers for an interactive discussion and demonstration.  We'll explain what engineers...
Astronomy Night: City Star Gazing Explore the cosmos! You are invited to take a “guided tour” of the stars in both expected and unexpected locales in Philadelphia. Observatories at Drexel University, The University of...