Learn how to think like a robot, and write code to guide a simple robot through a maze. Pre-readers welcome. Children under the age of 8 should be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited; registration required.
Tag: Space Month
Explore early literacy through the stars during Space Month. Use the many different astronomy stations to build, launch and soar. Participants will gather together at various times throughout the hour for a group movement or story activity. Caregivers with children through age 4 are welcome. Space is limited; registration required.
Inspired by science, astronomy or mythology, map out your favorite constellations and make glowing night sky jars. Appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Enjoy relaxing hour listening to a taped version of a professional storyteller’s humorous tale about growing up as a Native American and thinking about space.
Blast into physics during Space Month! As the engineer, go full-throttle and experiment with the basic principles of flight and motion. Design, create and launch your own paper rocket. Hey, it’s just rocket science.
Combine Space Month and art to make a scientifically accurate picture of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, with an experienced illustrator from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Just as Galileo, Leonardo da Vinci, and other scientists captured their investigations with scientifically accurate illustrations, so will you! No registration necessary.
Join us as we use NASA’s collection of free space sounds to mix our own cool electronic music. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is required.
Learn all about the moon’s phases and craters by doing fun, and even tasty, activities. Appropriate for tweens ages 9-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Toddlers love space! Enjoy space-themed stories, puppet plays, songs and other fun activities that promote early literacy just for preschoolers. Appropriate for kids ages 1-6. No registration required.