Using the Engineering Adventures curriculum, students will participate in a series of hands-on projects and challenges that will teach them about the engineering process and how those skills are applied in the real world.
Engineering Adventures is a program developed by the Museum of Science (Boston) that introduces children to engineering and the Engineering Design Process.
Hop to It
Oh no! India and Jacob accidentally brought a cane toad from Australia to New Zealand. Cane toads are pests. They’re an invasive species that hurts native species in Australia—and they could do the same in New Zealand. Kids will help India and Jacob engineer a humane trap to catch the toad.
Date: Friday, February 24, 2017
Program Time: 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Capacity: 15 (The workshop will be rescheduled if fewer than 5 participants register by Friday, 2/17).
Age: 8 to 13 years old
Program fee: $10 per child non-member, $7 per member. Family members who would like to visit the museum during or after the program are admitted at half price.
Please make your ticket selection and complete the payment process to register. You will receive a confirmation soon.