Mobius Science Center, 331 N Post St, Spokane, across from Riverfront Park, near City Hall
Ages/Grades: The Mobius Science Center is designed for ages 5 - 105, but everyone is welcome at Mobius! Kids of all ages are welcome to explore the exhibits at Mobius during our 2 hour visit. The workshops are designed for students in the grades listed above. (In case you are wondering, The Mobius Kids Children's Museum is designed for kids up to age 8, but everyone is welcome at Mobius!)
For the first hour (1-2 pm), all grades are in the activity workshop. During the second hour (2-3 pm), all grades explore the Science Center. You are welcome to leave early.
- Student in a workshop, $12
- Child not in a workshop, ages 1-17, $8
- Adult, $8
- Mobius student member in a workshop, $5
- Mobius member not in a workshop, free. You don't need to register any Mobius members (kids or adults) not in a workshop. They simply show up and check in with the Mobius receptionist.
Payment is required in advance via PayPal, credit card, debit card, check, or cash. There is no "Pay at the Door." Your spots with our group are saved when payment is received. Payment is due one week before the event. If payment is not received by then, your reservation will be cancelled.
Cancellation Policy: You can have a full refund if you contact Exploring Families at least one week before the event. There is no refund if you cancel with less than one week before the event.
Soil Science Grades K - 12
5/11/18, 1-3 pm
How does soil help plants grow? How can we keep it healthy? In this workshop, younger students will learn what soil is and be introduced to concepts like biodegradability while older students will explore nutrients, pH, and the critters that live in soil. All students will learn how to compost at home and how it works!
Anatomy of a Picnic Grades K - 12
5/18/18, 1-3 pm
Why is a tomato a fruit, but a strawberry is not a berry? How do plants reproduce and grow? Study a variety of fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms to find answers to these questions and more! Younger students will learn to identify basic plant parts while older students will study more advanced botanical terms and identification.