Dr. Seuss’ Roundup
Thursday, Mar. 1, 2018 – Wednesday, Mar. 7, 2018
Join us as we celebrate the fantastic and wonderful tales of Dr. Seuss with a week filled with zany and wacky activities around each corner during our whimsical Dr. Seuss Roundup celebration!
- Oh, the Places You'll Go in Texas: Capture the beauty and majesty of the rolling landscapes of Texas at Alexander Art Academy.
- Farm Animal Finger Puppets: Make your own unique finger puppets of farm animals and use them to put on a show at EcoStation.
- Texas State Symbol Bingo: Giddy-up! Get three state symbols in a row to win at Ecostation.
- Boot-Scootin' Boogie: Dance the day away when you fashion your own cowboy boots from a paper bag at Junktion.
- One Fish, Two Fish, Stuffed Fish for You!: Read the underwater tale of "One Fish, Two Fish" and then dive right in as you make your own fish at Junktion.
- Horton(He)ear's a Who: Perk up your ears and listen for those little whos' with your own huge Horton Ears at Junktion.
- Whotastic Storytime!: Gather round as we explore the zany and magical works of Dr. Suess at Parent Resource Library.
- Free the Animals: Learn more about probability in this hands-on, interactive game by freeing animals from cages at Math Cart.
- Guerilla Gardening-Seed Balls: Dig in and create compressed seed balls using soil, clay, native wildflower seeds, and water 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.
***Activities, events and times subject to change.
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