Enjoy the wonders of the Pacific Science Center at home

Apr 21 2020, 3:00 pm

One of the best ways to keep the kiddos entertained is through education.

Although their doors are closed, the Pacific Science Center (PacSci) is continuing to teach learners through Curiosity at Home: experiences and activities for the curious.

They’ve put together a series of entertaining live science shows, hands-on STEM activities, tutorials, interviews, and more for learners of all ages, and have developed a variety of engaging videos and projects for children who are short on things to do while at home.

Those looking to let their kids experience the exhibits of PacSci from home can do so by watching PacSci Now: Experiences On-Demand. These shows bring you into daily life at PacSci with behind-the-scenes content.

 

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On Wednesdays at 11 am, the Science Center goes live on Facebook, where they show off some animals and their caretakers and lead fun at-home experiments.

 

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For simple activities to do in the house, try watching Tinker Tank at Home.

The instructional videos show off a variety of fun things to do such as making milk carton boats, fake snow, squishy circuits, and more.

 

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For little ones who are in awe at the circle of life, leave the PacSci naked mole-rat camera running so that they can see the little creatures living their lives.

For those looking for IMAX documentaries and STEM exercises, check out PacSci’s website, where they’ve curated resources for those in every level of grade school.