Monday, September 29, 2014

Energy @ Carnegie Science Center

 Oh boy, a lot of activities and events  keeps happening but I never get to  post them all.  Just like our adventure in Carnegie Science Center, I never get to finish posting everything that we did that day.  It's a shame but I don't have all the time in the world to really sit down and  post things on the blog.  Ever since, the kids got back to school, I have been busy doing stuff at home (projects, cleaning, organizing).
Anyway,  here's another  feature  that our children  participated into  during our recent visit.
 These two were truly engaged to these activities.  Here's my son listening to the sound of the digital drums.
 Here, my daughter is trying to build something in a way that it won't  fall but she didn't succeeded on it.  It's just so many things to do there that when one doesn't work right away, they move to another one.
 On these PVC pipes, they worked together to connect a path  where the ball could continue   go down without stopping.
 Communication and teamwork makes this activity a lot easier.
 And they did it!  Great job kiddos! Shadow Shots
It's amazing how kids have so much energy when they like  to do something.  I am glad that we took them there, it was a fun-learning experience.  We still like the Art Museum that we visited in Cleveland though.  Carnegie is one  good museum to visit as well.

7 travelers' comments:

Unknown said...

Looks like everyone had a lot of fun. I love bringing my kids to museums! They're so much fun. That pipe wall looks a bit challenging but fun!

Nichole Arnold said...

Your family always seems to have so much fun! I love when your daughter cheeses for the camera! She has such personality!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

It's good to see kids happy and active, in and out of shadows!

Desert Shadows

Gemma Wiseman said...

Interaction at museums seems to be the way of such places now. A great way to get the young ones interested and involved.

Agata Pokutycka said...

Whatever they did with pipes looks like a lot of fun!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Don't you wish they had museums like this when we were kids? Well-maybe YOU did, Rose! But, I didn't! LOL!

Chubskulit Rose said...

@Paula, even if there is a museum like this in my time, I won't be able to see it since we did not have the means lol. I told my kids how fun their childhood is nowadays because even museums are fun and interactive.

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