• Field Trip

    More than 250 interactive science, technology, energy and health exhibits await students of all ages.  We’re experts at making sure that bringing your group to the Museum is smooth sailing all the way. Discounted admission for groups of 20 or more!

  • ScienceWorks

    Your students become scientists during our ScienceWorks Labs. All programs align with National Science Education Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations and Common Core State Standards. Labs are available year-round for preschool to middle school students.

  • Outreach

    It's Science on Wheels: We bring the Museum to you!  We offer fun, inquiry-based programs for the students in your classroom, library, festival or youth center! All programs address objectives outlined in the Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations and include pre- and post-visit activities.

  • Distance Learning

    Our educators use videoconferencing to engage your students in a dynamic, hands-on learning experience. Program kits sent to classroom teachers include nearly everything you need for experiments. Kits are yours to keep! All programs address National Science Education Standards and align with Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations.

  • Professional Development

    Join us for fast-paced, hands-on teacher workshops that provide elementary and middle school educators with new hands-on tools for incorporating interactive science and math activities into your classroom.  Join us for professional development opportunities both at the museum and at your school.

  • Scouts

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  • Summer Camp

    Explore week-long science and math activities in conjuntion with Ann Arbor Rec&Ed and other local organizations.  Elementary and middle school children can investigate a different theme each week through hands-on and engaging fun.

  • Birthday Parties

    What do you get when you mix one part science, one part fun, and one part celebration? A birthday party at the Museum! Experience a birthday full of discovery by exploring more than 250 exhibits and experimenting with a hands-on activity. Celebrate in a unique and interactive environment to make your special day really special!

  • Evening Workshops

    Want to dive deeply into specific topics? Join us for an Evening Workshop! Explore a variety of science concepts through hands-on activities, interactive demos, and experiments in a small group setting. Topics vary from stop-motion animation to computer programming to engineering – there’s sure to be something that piques your interest!

Field Trip

Field Trip

Plan an adventure with your students where knowledge is your destination. Students of all ages can explore over 250 interactive science and technology exhibits. Extend your hands-on adventure by booking a ScienceWorks lab. All programs align with Michigan’s Grade Level Content Expectations.  Register today!

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ScienceWorks

Preschool Lab: Music and Movement (Ages 3-5)

Young children explore science and music through pitch, tempo, beat and dynamics and learn how these blend to create music. Register today!

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Preschool Lab: All About Our Senses (Ages 3-5)

Explore four of the five senses. Can you see a sound? Smell a color? Come play with us and explore sight, sound, smell and touch. Register today!

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Standard Lab: Slime Time! (K-1st)

Investigate the states of matter by measuring and mixing ingredients for two types of slime. Is it a solid, a liquid or something in between? Use your senses to find out and get ready to get messy! Register today!

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Standard Lab: Marvelous Magnets (K-1st)

Learn about magnets as we sort materials into magnetic and non-magnetic groups. Explore whether all metals are magnetic, make magnets attract and repel, even get them to float in mid-air! Register today!

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Standard Lab: Bright Idea (2nd-3rd)

Explore light and optics as we learn how light travels, the difference between reflection and refraction. Discover what color light really is using flashlights, lenses, special glasses and more. Register today!

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Standard Lab: Force and Simple Machines (2nd-3rd)

Push and pull your way through an exploration of force and simple machines. We’ll learn the golden rule of simple machines and explore how levers and inclined planes can make your work easier! Register today!

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Standard Lab: Water Cycle (2nd-4th)

Look beyond the four stages of the water cycle and get a first-hand look at the many paths of a water molecule. Where does the rain come from and where does it go after it hits the ground? With activities and movement, students begin to answer these and other questions about water. Register today!

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Standard Lab: Sound Science (3rd-4th)

Discover the energy in sound waves and make waves that travel through different states of matter. Listen for pitch and frequency, and discover the amazing physics of sound. Register today!

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Standard Lab: Circuit Masters (4th-5th)

Students will be “wired” after this electrifying introduction to circuits. Explore the two types of circuits and the parts that make them work. Build a burglar alarm and more with our safe, interlocking electronic components. Register today!

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Standard Lab: The Ups and Downs of Roller Coaster Physics (4th-6th)

Students will experiment with momentum, kinetic and potential energy by building roller coasters in teams. Let the forces of physics take you for a ride! Register today!

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*NEW* Premium Lab: Rockin' Fossils (3rd-5th)

Take a look at actual fossils and discover the clues hidden within that will help you learn something about life millions of years ago. Students will excavate their own prehistoric animals and plants, learn about the planet’s various geologic processes and follow along in the story of fossilization. Register today!

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Premium Lab: Cow Eye Dissections (5th-8th)

Investigate how the eye works by dissecting a real cow eye. Students connect the functions observed to the structures within the eye. Register today!

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Premium Lab: Crime Lab Caper (5th-8th)

Someone has broken into the Museum van and stolen a laptop! Become Museum detectives and use forensic science and real lab techniques to analyze evidence to crack the case. Register today!

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*NEW* Premium Lab: Flying Toys (5th-8th)

Explore the science of flight by designing and creating flying toys. Participants will learn all about flying while making a variety of airborne toys.  Register today!

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Outreach

FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Mathematics

Math, with a science twist. You won’t believe how much fun it is — see math activities you have never seen before.  Register today!

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FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Natural Science

We bring ecology and biology together for a creative exploration of the natural world.  Register today!

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FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Physical Science

Chemistry and physics combine to give you a unique look into how the world works.  Register today!

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FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Variety Night

We offer you a wide range of science and math activities — a little bit of everything — physics, chemistry, biology, math, earth science! We even have a Variety Night for middle school audiences.  Register today!

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FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Young Scientist Night

Get your preschoolers engaged in science. This collection of 15 activities is great for the youngest of scientists. Activities include measurement, animal adaptations, mixing colors, magnets and more.  Register today!

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PREMIUM FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Technology

As technology becomes a larger and larger part of our everyday lives, we’ll study how technology is used in the fields of science and math. This family night incorporates technology such as circuits, stop motion animation and electromagnets. Register today!

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PREMIUM FAMILY FUN NIGHT: Science+Literacy

Meld your science and literacy curriculum together with this new Premium Family Night! We'll bring a series of interactive, dynamic activities that can serve your whole school population. To integrate writing and literacy, students will also receive an Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum pencil and Scientist Journal with writing prompts that will link to each of the twenty science and math-centered activities. Students will be able to take these journals home with them or use them in the classroom to extend their Family Night Experience long after we leave. Register today!

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WORKSHOP Human Body

Not a single machine ever designed can hold a candle up to the complexity and elegance of the human body. In this workshop, students will learn all about how this complex machine actually works.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Sound Science

Explore the different properties of sound. Experiment with waves and vibration. How does sound travel through different substances? Test out your hypotheses!  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Lights and Optics

Shed a new light on science in this interactive workshop. Learn how to use the scientific method to explore what we know about the nature of light.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Nanoscience: The Science of Small

What’s the smallest thing you can think of?  We’ll learn about the science of the teeny tiny with activities that discuss scale, nano in nature and nanotechnology. Register today!

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WORKSHOP Physics of Light and Sound

All we see and hear come together as one in this workshop. Discover the similarities between sound and light.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Preschool Universe

Now your littlest students can explore the wonders of the universe. You choose two activities from our selection to explore as a class. Register today!

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WORKSHOP The Water Cycle

Look beyond the four stages of the water cycle and get a first-hand look at the many paths of a water molecule. Where does the rain come from and where does it go after it hits the ground? With activities and movement, students begin to answer many questions about water.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Lifecycles

Study the lives of seeds, frogs and insects in this dynamic workshop. We’ll identify the stages of the life cycle using live beetles, start seeds and discover the order of different kinds of life cycles. Register today!

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WORKSHOP A Bug's Eye View

Experience the alien world of arthropods through this special, interactive workshop. Fun activities and lively demonstrations give students a first-hand look at insects, arachnids and more with plenty to touch!  Register today!

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WORKSHOP The Fossil Record

We’ll take a look at actual fossils and find clues hidden within that will help us learn something about life millions of years ago. Students will get to invent their own prehistoric animals, follow along in the story of fossilization, and learn about our planet’s various biologic and geologic processes.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Egg Drop Soup

The classic egg drop experiment! Students are given credits to purchase materials to protect their egg from damage in freefall. Concepts in this workshop range from gravity to economics.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Roller Coasters in your Classroom (50 mins)

You provide the floor space and we’ll provide the excitement and learning. What better way to learn about the physics of energy, force and motion than through hands-on science?  Register today!

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Customizable Series Workshops

Call us and we will work together to deliver unique custom workshops that are full of fun and discovery. You never know what’s possible until you ask! For more information contact the Daytime Outreach Program Manager at 734.995.5439 or send an email with our Contact Us form.

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WORKSHOP Chemistry

Awaken the chemist in you. Students explore states of matter and what happens when you go between them. They’ll learn the difference between a physical and a chemical change.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Circuits

Introduces information on the principles of electricity and circuits. Test these principles by using interlocking components to build your own circuits.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Boomerangs: Flying with Style

Learn all about flying in this aerodynamic workshop! Participants will make a variety of airborne toys and explore the physics of flight.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Crime Lab

Students are immersed in the intriguing world of forensics as they work together to solve a mock crime.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Roller Coasters in your Classroom (90 mins)

You provide the floor space and we’ll provide the excitement and learning. What better way to learn about the physics of energy, force and motion than through hands-on science?  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Magnetism

Use magnets to perform tasks and learn basic magnet vocabulary. Explore how magnets work and how we use them in our daily lives.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP Bubbles all Around

Take a look at surface tension in this interactive, bubble adventure. Students will learn how to make and measure different bubbles.  Register today!

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WORKSHOP The Universe

The program begins with an astronomy "orientation" that features lively demonstrations to illustrate the concepts that are important to understanding the study of the stars and ends inside our portable, inflatable planetarium known as StarLab.  Register today!

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SUPER SCIENCE DAY Super Math Day

Math activities for elementary or middle school students.  Register today!

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SUPER SCIENCE DAY Young Scientist Club

Activities include measurement, magnets, animal adaptations, mixing colors and more.  Register today!

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SUPER SCIENCE DAY Science Variety Day

Includes activities from biology, ecology, physics, chemistry, math. We can customize this to fit your needs.  Register today!

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AUDITORIUM Try-This-At-Home and Other Demos

We’ll showcase interactive, try-this-at-home activities in an auditorium setting. We’ll also bring along a few demonstrations involving dry ice and liquid nitrogen!  Register today!

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AUDITORIUM The Scientific Method: An Interactive Show

Kickoff your science fair season with this interactive dramatic lesson on the Scientific Method. We’ll bring along an experiment about sound to present in an auditorium setting. Register today!

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SUMMER SCIENCE FESTIVAL

The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum’s Summer Science Festival can bring a unique, interactive component to your festival, summer camp, or special event for kids of all ages!  Register today!

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Distance Learning

*NEW* Cold Blooded Classification- REPTILES

Leslie Science & Nature Center joins us with LIVE reptiles in our lab as we explore what makes a reptile a reptile. Feel the snake or lizard skin specimens we send you while you learn the adaptations that make these animals so successful in the wild. Register today!

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*NEW* Walking Up a Food Chain

Together with the Leslie Science & Nature Center, we will create a food chain using LIVE animals (hawk/owl, snake, frog, spider and roach). Along the way we will discuss how they survive in the wild. Register today!

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Halloween Slime Time

We will explore our smoky cauldron and mysterious concoctions as we make two types of slime with students. Younger students use their slime to investigate three states of matter. Older students investigate the properties of polymers. Gooey concoctions are perfect for Halloween fun!    Award-winning program! Register today!

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Slime Time and States of Matter

Behave like molecules in solids, liquids and gases. Explore three states of matter by making two types of slime. Older students will learn about the properties of polymers.   Award-winning program!   Register today!

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Critters in the Cold

Students will learn about animal adaptations to extreme weather with hands-on experiments and even take a virtual trip to Antarctica. Join us as we learn how animals such as penguins live and have babies during extreme weather.    Award-winning program! Register today!

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*Enhanced* Ahoy! The Wonders of Water

Land Ho! Go on a high seas adventure examining the wondrous properties of water. Take a journey into a drop of water and examine the structure and behavior of water molecules. Come explore surface tension, why things sink or float, and other unique properties of water with a series of hands-on experiments with Captain Waterpants as your guide.    Award-winning program! Register today!

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The Fossil Record

Together we’ll take a look at actual fossils and discuss how you can find the clues that they hide and how to interpret their stories that unfolded millions of years ago. Invent your own prehistoric animals, follow along in the story of fossilization, and discuss fossil finds like real paleontologists.    Award-winning program! Register today!

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Fraction Interaction

It’s the fraction game show! Students will find out how much they know about fractions as they work together to survive three rounds while constructing, observing and dancing to solve math problems. Fractions can be fun!    Award-winning program! Register today!

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Owls from the Inside Out

Get up close to owls as an avian expert from Leslie Science & Nature Center (Ann Arbor, MI) uses live birds to compare and contrast the characteristics of different owl species. Learn how owls have adapted to a predatory way of life. Dissect real owl pellets to investigate the diet of a barn owl. Learn about food chains and the role of avian predators in an ecosystem. Gain an introduction to skeletal anatomy and prey identification.    Award-winning program! Register today!

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Dissecting a Cow's Eye

Get your goggles on! Dissect a cow's eye to understand how each structure works together to provide the sense of sight, just like your human eye. After the program, work with your class on a series of optical illusions to see how your eyes and brain work together to bring you visual messages.     Award-winning program! Register today!

Museum provides cow eyes, gloves and safety glasses (yours to keep); school must provide its own dissection tools.

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Professional Development

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More Professional Development workshops are coming soon.  Watch this space for more information.

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Scouts

Currently Under Construction!

Our Scout Programs are being retooled.  Check back later for more info, or fill out our Contact Us Form to get in touch with our scouts team.

 

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Summer Camp

Maker, Tinker, Tester Camp (Grades 2-5)

This program is offered in partnership with Ann Arbor Rec&Ed, and all registration will be handled through the Rec & Ed. Camp is located offsite. Click here for more information and to register.

Discover the laws of physics while building Ann Arbor's coolest Rube Goldberg machine. Use your imagination to create complex contraptions by connecting simple machines and other structures. Roll, bounce, and slide your way through this dynamic camp!

Camp meets July 6-10, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Location: Wines Elementary, 1701 Newport Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: (734) 994-1973

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The Art of Science Camp (Grades 1-4)

This program is offered in partnership with Ann Arbor Rec&Ed, and all registration will be handled through the Rec & Ed. Camp is located offsite. Click here for more information and to register.

Explore and use chemistry, physics, math and more to create your own art gallery. Grow crystals, create textured paper, and explore the beauty of fractals to show off how attractive, vibrant, and artistic science can be.

Camp meets August 31-Sept. 4, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Location: Eberbach Cultural Arts Building, 1220 S. Forest, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Phone: (734) 994-2900

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Engineering 101 Camp (Grades 1-4)

This program is offered in partnership with Ann Arbor Rec&Ed, and all registration will be handled through the Rec & Ed. Camp is located offsite. Click here for more information and to register.

Become an engineer! Build bridges, design domes, and explore electricity to create a bustling model city. Predict and test which materials and designs will create the strongest structures while using your imagination to develop the metropolis of your dreams.

Camp meets August 3-7, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: Wines Elementary, 1701 Newport Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: (734) 994-1973

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Underwater ROV Camp (Grades 3-6)

This program is offered in partnership with Ann Arbor Rec&Ed, and all registration will be handled through the Rec & Ed. Camp is located offsite. Click here for more information and to register.

Explore the world of underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) by designing, building and testing a ROV to complete an underwater obstacle course. Engineer tools to allow your vehicle to tackle the unique challenges of an underwater environment. No bathing suit required! Campers provide own lunch, snacks and beverage.

Camp meets June 15-19, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Location: Huron High School, 2727 Fuller, Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Phone: (734) 994-2040

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Spy Camp (Grades 2-5)

This program is offered in partnership with Ann Arbor Rec & Ed, and all registration will be handled through the Rec & Ed. Camp is located offsite. Click here for more information and to register.

Put on your disguise and learn the science it takes to be a spy! Explore spy technology, crack codes and deliver secret messages, engineer missions, and design your own spy tools. Don't forget your undercover identity. Other spies might try to blow your cover!

Camp meets July 27 -31, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Location: Wines Elementary, 1701 Newport Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: (734)994-1973

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Birthday Parties

Evening Workshops

Minecraft: A Day on the Farm - July 9, 2015 from 5:45-6:45pm

The sun is high and the grass is green. Farming in Minecraft has never been easier or more fun. Using visual programming we will transform farming jobs, such as building construction and raising livestock into easy, reproducible tasks. Maybe that runaway pig will finally return to his pen for a fresh carrot.

Ages 6-8. Note: participants must have an adult stay in the building for duration of workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting June 20th for Museum Members and June 22nd for non-members.

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Minecraft: Animal Modding - July 9, 2015 from 7:00-8:00pm

We might know how to tame animals, but in this Minecraft modding workshop we will learn how to think like them and think FOR them. Using Eclipse, we dig into Minecraft programming to change animals behavior and appearance. From who they might attack and how fast they move, to what food they prefer, this workshop is sure to teach us exactly what it's like to be a Minecraft animal.

Ages 8-14; must have strong keyboard skills. Note: participants under the age of 12 must have an adult remain in the building for the duration of the workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting June 20th for Museum Members and June 22nd for non-members.

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Minecraft: A Tall, Cool Glass of Water - July 23, 2015 from 5:45-6:45pm

From a glass of fresh water to a gigantic ocean wave, water is one of nature's most destructive and helpful forces at the same time. In this visual programming workshop we will turn Minecraft water into our own tool. If we move fast, we can save a dried up city from thirst, and maybe make a few, fun water slides in the process.

Ages 6-8. Note: participants must have an adult stay in the building for duration of workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting June 20th for Museum Members and June 22nd for non-members.

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Minecraft: H-2-Ohhh Nooooo! - July 23, 2015 from 7:00-8:00pm

Using basic Python programming we will learn how to become masters of Minecraft water, hurling it through the sky, carving out entire rivers in an instant, and providing some for all of the thirsty animals and villagers in our Minecraft world. There really isn't a more refreshing way to learn how to become better Minecraft programmers.

Ages 8-14; must have strong keyboard skills. Note: participants under the age of 12 must have an adult remain in the building for the duration of the workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting June 20th for Museum Members and June 22nd for non-members.

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Slithering Into Python - July 30, 2015 from 5:00-8:00pm

Learn the fundamentals for computer programming from members of the Huron High School Computer Science Club! Participants will work in Python to create “Hello World” and learn basic logic such as conditional statements, loops, and data types. For students entering grades 5, 6, and 7.

Participants under the age of 12 must have an adult remain in the building for the duration of the workshop.

Workshop is included with Museum admission, but pre-registration is required. Registration opens June 20 for Members and June 22 for Non-Members. Participants must bring their own laptop with a developing environment pre-loaded on the computer (link to download will be provided after registration).  Class will run from 5:00 to 7:00, with additional “open lab” time from 7:00-8:00

Click here to register starting June 20th for Museum Members and June 22nd for non-members.

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Minecraft: What's the Matter? - Aug 13, 2015 from 5:45-6:45pm

All around us are things that are solid, liquid, and gas. Minecraft contains those same three elements of matter and the way we use them in the game can be remarkably similar to real life. Have you ever wanted to see what happens when cold water touches burning hot lava, and how we can use that to create beautiful structures.

Ages 6-8. Note: participants must have an adult stay in the building for duration of workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting July 18th for Museum Members and July 21st for non-members.

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Science of Healthy Eating - August 13, 2015 from 6:00-6:50pm or from 7:00-7:50pm

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Join the Junior League of Ann Arbor for an evening workshop, “The Science of Healthy Eating” as part of the Kids in the Kitchen program. Do science experiments to learn about how we digest food, make a nutritious snack, and play games to learn about the science of healthy eating.

Workshop is 50 minutes and is for students entering grades 1-5. The cost for this program is included in Museum admission, but preregistration is required.  Click here to view information about our admission prices.  Participants under the age of 12 must have an adult remain in the building.

Kids in the Kitchen is a national Junior League program that addresses the growing issues of childhood obesity and malnutrition. Designed for young audiences, Kids in the Kitchen events promote healthy eating habits, nutrition awareness, and the importance of daily exercise through hands-on activities and interactive discussions.

Click here to register for the 6:00-6:50pm workshop or the 7:00-7:50pm workshop.

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Minecraft: Why Can You Never Trust Atoms? . . .They Make Up Everything! - Aug 13, 2015 from 7:00-8:00pm

Our basic programming workshop uses the Python programming language to let us create nearly anything we want inside the world of Minecraft. Control different types of solid and liquid blocks to create brand new structures that might otherwise be impossible. Wield particles like explosions and smoke in your own custom spells.

Ages 8-14; must have strong keyboard skills. Note: participants under the age of 12 must have an adult remain in the building for the duration of the workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting July 18th for Museum Members and July 21st for non-members.

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Minecraft: Working in Wool - Aug 27, 2015 from 5:45-6:45pm

There are many colors in the rainbow, and there are almost as many types of Wool in Minecraft. Let's use our visual programming tool to create amazing structures of various colors. What color do you want the floor of your new Minecraft house to be? What else can we make with our color choices? Learn some of the possibilities in this workshop.

Ages 6-8. Note: participants must have an adult stay in the building for duration of workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting July 18th for Museum Members and July 21st for non-members.

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Minecraft: Color Me Red(stone)! - Aug 27, 2015 from 7:00-8:00pm

Using basic Python programming, participants of this workshop will learn how a few lines of code can create nice looking, intricate structures in an instant. Don't like the color of that layer of your new Minecraft house? Change it instantly using your own code. After this fun, educational workshop you will be viewing the world of Minecraft colors through a different lenses.

Ages 8-14; must have strong keyboard skills. Note: participants under the age of 12 must have an adult remain in the building for the duration of the workshop. Please, no siblings in the classroom. One adult Museum admission is included in the price of the workshop. All others must pay admission to the Museum.

Click here to register starting July 18th for Museum Members and July 21st for non-members.

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