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Science museums, destinations, and family-friendly phenomena for Bay Area children.

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Toddlers’ Guide to Lindsay Wildlife Experience

I am very happy to present this cheat sheet for Walnut Creek’s Lindsay Wildlife Experience for preschoolers, as part of our continuing series: The three-year ...
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Day Trip to Bay Area Discovery Museum

The Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito is a hands-on, outdoor science museum with activities that will entertain & educate children under 5
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Crab Cove Beach and Visitor Center in Alameda

Children will enjoy exploring Crab Cove beach in Alameda, but start with the visitor center to get more out of your trip!
Visit the USS Hornet with kids

Now Open: Run Around the USS Hornet with Little Ones

While the interior spaces are fascinating for adults, kids only wanted to play and run in the outdoor spaces of the USS Hornet anyway.
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MEL Science Amazing Chemistry Sets for Kids Sizzle & Change Colors

Get up to three legit amazing science experiments for kids -- that sizzle, foam, flame, & change colors -- delivered to your door each month.
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15 Places in the Bay Area Where Kids Can See Animals

Rounding up 6 favorite places to get up close to animals for free and 8 with paid admission. Small animal encounters: see a goat, lizard, ...
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Register Now: SWE Science Workshops for Grades 4 to 8

SWE Science Saturdays and SWE Science Scholars are programs that teach engineering ideas and principles to 4th through 8th grade students.

DIY Outdoor School: Redwood Regional + Botany Exploration

We took this Montessori-inspired leaf classification activity out to the local trails to extend the learning and heighten our environmental awareness.
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Stargazing With Kids & Seeking Out the Elusive Milky Way

You don’t need a telescope to see the Milky Way and stargaze. Just a sense of adventure to escape the light pollution and some coffee ...
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Kiwi Crate Projects Are Pretty Incredible

Kiwi Crate makes "seriously fun" art and engineering projects on a subscription basis for ages 0-8, 9-13, and 14+. My five-year old loves it.

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