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Just Add Water - A Summer Exhibit at the Denver Children's Museum

The Denver Children's Museum offers fun activities right outside their doors this summer in an exhibit called Just Add Water. Kids will get wet, drip and splash in this hands-on exhibit. It's learning through play and there are even a few…

Tornadoes in a Bottle - Discovery, Wonder and Science for All Ages

By Blog Editor Susan Wells For this week's Sick Science! Summer Camp, we put together a few new bottles and watched the vortex. I have worked for Steve Spangler Science since my oldest child was 3 years old and before I had my second. They…
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Spectacular Science - 4th of July Activities

This is an encore posting from June, 2011 on 4th of July science activities. Many areas in Colorado have cancelled their fireworks displays this year due to extremely hot and dry conditions. Here are some ways to celebrate without fireworks…

Sick Science! Summer Camp - Make Your Own Firefly Glow Jars & Glowing Drinks

By Blog Editor: Susan Wells In Denver, our dry heat keeps many bugs from living amongst us. Usually, this isn't such a bad thing. We don't miss the chiggers, the cockroaches, or other bugs found in other parts of the United States. We do miss…

Sick Science! Summer Camp Experiments and Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy & Learning This Summer

No one wants their children to sit on the couch all summer and lose their thirst to wonder, explore, discover and learn. Get off that couch, get outside with your kids and learn something through play. This summer, we are bringing you a new…
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The Bubbles that Bond - Soapy Family Ties

Stacy Ratel and her children love bubbles. Really love bubbles. On lazy summer days, Stacy and her two children are constantly moving from activity to activity. When the weather is just right - muggy, just before a rain with little to no sun…