Have you ever wondered why the moon sometimes looks bigger or smaller than other nights? Try this tasty activity to find out!
Put on your paleontology hat and get ready to make some fossils during this month’s Moment of Science!
Science gets silly this month with Oobleck! Create your own version of this slimy, Non-Newtonian Fluid and learn how it can behave as both a liquid and a solid!
Do your kids love Dinosaurs? Then you’ll not want to miss bringing them to see the Extreme Dinosaurs exhibit at Discovery Cube OC. The interactive exhibit immerses children into a prehistoric world where dinosaurs come to life right before your eyes. When we first visited the exhibit, my son was in awe. As we first […]
Experiment with surface materials to learn why cars and street bikes run best on smooth asphalt during this month’s Moment of Science!
April showers bring May flowers! Explore the anatomy of plants while dissecting lima beans and learning how plants use water to grow in this month’s Moment of Science!
Get ready for the tastiest Moment of Science yet while exploring the differences in store-bought, organic, and farmer’s market foods with an at-home taste test!
This Moment of Science is all about math. Did you know that you can cut any shape made of all flat edges by folding a single piece of paper and cutting once?