Best Kept Secret is at Discovery Science Center
SANTA ANA,Calif. – March 2010 – Join us on Saturday,March 14 as we celebrate Pi Day and learn how the brain works to calculate Pi, memorize Pi, even eat “Pie!” Check out our hands on table-top learning stations to see how to calculate Pi and the circumference of a circle.Come see the science behind this never ending number and see how far you can count to 3.1415926535…
About Secrets of Circles
The first tri-lingual (English, Spanish, Vietnamese) at the Discovery Science Center!Children of all ages can explore sophisticated mathematical concepts in a hands-on manner. Designed to encourage children and their caregivers to engage fully in math, this exhibition offers multiple ways to appreciate the many uses of circles in nature and by people. Circle around the compass table to draw perfect circles on a glow-in-the-dark table, gear up at our gear table to make your own mechanical creation, and shop in our pretend market to shop for onions, pulleys, and all things circular!
About Discovery Science Center
Orange County’s only Smithsonian Affiliate, Taco Bell Discovery Science Center is better than ever! If you haven’t been lately, it’s been too long! Walk through the belly of a giant dinosaur in Dino Quest, feel the winds of a hurricane in a simulator and gear up for flying pucks in The Science of Hockey. Make sure to stop by our newest, permanent exhibit, Planetary Research Station. It’s out of this word!
Hundreds of thousands of students and families experience science, Southern California-style at Taco Bell Discovery Science Center each year. What will you discover? Located at 2500 N. Main St. in Santa Ana,Calif., Taco Bell Discovery Science Center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily,except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. For more information on annual memberships, group rates, special events, teacher workshops, sleepovers and more, call 714-542-CUBE or visit us online: www.discoverycube.org. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @discoverycube or be our fan on Facebook!