Duluth Children’s Museum Invites Your Kids to BLAST OFF to the International Space Station
This is a fantastic learning opportunity. Any kids interested in rockets, NASA or anything related to space should attend this workshop. Even better get a child excited to experience the International Space Station at the Duluth Children’s Museum tomorrow.
Figuratively, children will be able to take a trip to the International Space Station, while experiencing teamwork building activities and experiments tomorrow, Saturday, March 9.
The Museum will have a full day International Space Station workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students will be placed in the roles of the various international teams who created components of the International Space Station. Working together, students will create a large model of the space station and experiment with real solar panels, radiators, and batteries to understand how the space station gains and stores power.
This daylong workshop is $20 per student for members, and $25 for non-members. For workshop information or registration contact Emily at 218-733-7543.