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Children’s Museum of Houston Presents Xtreme Spring Break WonderWeek
March 13 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Stop by the Children’s Museum of Houston and experience an XTREME Spring Break with them all week long. You don’t want to miss one second of it!
Pop Art Prints: Create an explosive work of pop art in the style of pop art movement icon Andy Warhol at Art Academy.
Xtreme Animal Zine: Create your own zine featuring nature’s most extreme animals—the fastest, the biggest, and even the deadliest at EcoStation.
Xtreme Weather game: Play a board game to learn about different types of natural disasters and the best way to stay safe at EcoStation.
X-Treme Mowhawk Crown: Get extreme and create your own Mohawk at Junktion.
Right Round Spin Art: Make your own spin art mobile at Junktion.
Hand of Fire: Conjure a roaring fire in the palms of your hands at Junktion.
Pi Toss: Come toss the pom poms to be the first person to earn Pi at Math Cart.
Film Canister Rockets: Catch a flash and watch as two household items react to create an explosion at Science Station.
Starch Testing: Discover the importance of starch in your diet and test for its presence in common household items at Power Science Lab.
Neutralization Reaction: Observe a neutralization reaction and learn how our body’s digestive system works at Power Science Lab.
Cabbage Chemistry: Using red cabbage juice come learn how to test the liquid in a cabbage for pH levels at Power Science Lab.
DNA Extraction: Learn about DNA and extract it from strawberries at Power Science Lab.
Coding Creations: Code your own Google logo, Star Wars Galaxy or Minecraft game using code software and programming at Inventors’ Workshop.
Search Light: Experiment with soldering and simple circuits to light up the night sky with your very own searchlight at Chevron-Houston Texans Maker Annex. The Children’s Museum of Houston is located in the museum district and is a short drive from Pearland.
***Activities, events and times subject to change.
For more information, go to cmhouston.org
The Children’s Museum of Houston is located in the museum district and is a short drive from Pearland.