Children's Science

Para los Ninos/For the Children: How Does It Work?

Join us Wednesday, March 21 at 4:30pm for "How Does It Work?", part of the Para los Ninos/For the Children Series when we'll explore beginning science concepts through exciting activities! Activities are developed by the Children's Museum of Houston and feature bilingual elements on the subjects of balance, sound, magentism, electrical circuits, and more...Famillies attending will receive a free pass to the museum good for at least 4 persons. This program is recommended for ages 4-8 years and will be held in the North Channel Public Meeting Room. Please call the library for more information at (281) 457-1631.  ©Vital Imagery Ltd. 2018.

Science Magic Show

Be astounded by Julian Franklin's Simple Machines Science Magic Show this Wednesday, June 7 at 2:30pm! "Work Smarter, Not Harder" is the theme of the show, which is for ages 4 and up in the Children's Area. No tickets are needed.  Please call North Channel Branch at (281) 457-1631 for groups or more information. 

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STEAM Camp:Symmetrical Snowflakes

Discover what happens when math, art and science are combined at STEAM Camp Monday, January 30 from 6pm-7pm. We'll be creating our own keepsake "Symmetrical Snowflakes" from a variety of materials. This program is recommended for ages 6- 12 years and will meet in the Public Meeting Room. 

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