New Summer Programs for Kids at the Mind Museum!

Posted by on March 27, 2013

Summer is always one of the seasons kids always look forward to as classes have already ended. This means, no need to get up early, do home works, school projects and other stuff.

And to make the summer even more fun and productive, the Mind Museum has created several programs and activities can enjoy and learn a thing or two about science. Neat!

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This coming April 5-7 the Museum will hold the CSI 101 forensic Science Workshop. Join a team of investigators and learn how they were able to solve crimes. Learm from the experts on how they handle evidences that could answer the questions in a crime. This workshop is perfect for High School Students.

If forensics is not your cup of tea, then you might be interested at the Mind Museum’s Survival Science Weekend Camp. Here, you will be taught the science of jungle survival. Perfect for the adventurous kids who would want to learn more about jungle survival.

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The third program, which I actually find very interesting is the Mind mover Program. And as I quote the museum’s campaign poster “What is it like to be a young resident scientist in the Mind Museum”. This is a month-long program which I am very sure could sharpen the minds of the young kids.

I would highly recommend you enlist your kids in any of the following programs to make their summer vacation worthwhile, and productive!

for more inquiries, kindly contact the Mind Museum at inquiry@themindmuseum.org

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