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Discovery Museum Traveling Science Workshops Explored

Presented by: Discovery Museum


Have you ever used a banana as a hammer, seen solid metal shrink before your eyes, or shattered a flower with a simple tap? Try your hand at these and other STEM activities showcased from the Discovery Museum's Traveling Science Workshops program. Museum educators will be on hand to conduct experiments, trade proven strategies to engage kids in science, and demonstrate how simple household items can be transformed into cool experiments—right in your classroom.

Now in its 28th year, Traveling Science Workshops engage PreK through 8th grade students with fun, hands-on explorations of STEM concepts. More than 20 Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum-aligned topics including Physical Changes of Matter, Force & Motion, Sound, Magnets, and Light & Color are brought to life for students. Stop by our booth to learn how Traveling Science Workshops can engage your students, spark curiosity, and strengthen the practices of science and engineering.

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Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Massachusetts Business Roundtable UMass Donahue Institute WGBH