No School Day – We are usually closed on Monday’s, but we’ll be open today, come down to play!
Join us for an evening of St. Patrick’s Day chemistry! Learn how to make a rainbow in a straw, build a leprechaun trap, and make the colors of the rainbow explode! This event is at Mobius Children's Museum.
We’ll be making leprechaun, Rainbow and glittery crafts today! Free with children's museum admission
Both Mobius Children's Museum & Science Center are closed for Easter Sunday. Happy Easter Egg Hunting!!!
Spring Break Monday! – We are usually closed on Mondays, but we’re open today!
Join us to see what you can use to create one of a kind upcycled crafts and we’ll make recycled paper too!
This event is at Mobius Children's Museum.
Parents and kiddos will learn the importance of recycling while making upcycled crafts! Free with children's museum admission
What does Mobius mean - then and now?
Join us for a breakfast fundraiser supporting Mobius Children’s Museum & Science Center.
Thursday, April 26, 2018 | 7:15am - 8:30am
Hotel RL by Red Lion Spokane At The Park
Thank you Hotel RL for sponsoring our breakfast!
To attend or inquire about becoming an event sponsor or table sponsor, contact Kevin Benson, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We LOVE moms at Mobius! We’ll make bouquet of flowers out of tissue paper, egg cartons and more to brighten up your windowsill at home. Plus, all moms, grandmas, and aunts get $2 off their admission today (at the science center too)!
Happy Memorial Day - We are usually closed on Mondays, but we’re open today!
Happy 4th of July! – To enjoy time with our families, both the children’s museum and science center will be closed today.
We’re excited for all you “Love Bugs” to come and join us for a fun class of Valentine’s Day crafts and activities.
We’ll learn all about dragons and make a dragon costume to wear home.
We’ll make a Dr. Seuss hat and silly crafts to celebrate the most fun author in the world, Dr. Seuss!
We’ll make a lucky leprechaun hat to wear while we create a glittery leprechaun trap to put out on St. Patrick’s Day!
What does a guitar, drum and rice shaker make… a whole lot of noise! We’ll make our own set of instruments to take home so you can practice making lots of noise.
We’ll learn about rainbows and sunshine while making colorful crafts!
We’ll plant flowers in a recycled container and make upcycled crafts in this fun Earth Day class!
We love moms at Mobius! We’ll decorate flower pots using our fingerprints and plant a grass head to watch grow at home.
We’ll learn some fun bubble facts while making bubble artwork and blowing lots of bubbles. You’ll take home some of our super-secret bubble solution too!
Do you love to play in your food? Now you can! We’ll use apples, skittles and milk to create artwork masterpieces!
We’ll use several different materials to see how strong of a bridge we can make and design catapults to see how far we can fling things!
Campers will dissect their own owl pellet to see what’s been digested, and even take home their discoveries to share with their family and friends! Also, as a group we’ll learn all the parts of an eye while dissecting a real cow eyeball!
Campers will dissect their own owl pellet to see what’s been digested, and even take home their discoveries to share with their family and friends! Also, as a group we’ll learn all the parts of a frog while dissecting one together!
We’ll make fairy wings to wear while we create an enchanted forest for our fairy friends during this camp!
Mobius offers science shows, a mobile planetarium, and topic-based workshops. Our educators can provide hands-on learning experiences for your group of students, at your location.
Do you have a big group interested in science? Check out the Mobius Science Shows! Our Outreach Team loves getting people excited with themed shows, covering areas like chemistry, physics, and even combustion! The team will wow your group with thrilling educational experiments, while explaining the scientific principles behind each demonstration.
Our Science Shows offer multiple options for you to choose from:
Air: What is air pressure? How much does air weigh? Why is air so important to so many things in our everyday life? Explore the answers to these questions in an exciting, fast-paced set of demonstrations that range from levitation to explosions. Air is what it's all about!
Chemistry: Atoms and molecules and compounds, oh my! Learn the five most common signs of a chemical reaction through a series of outrageous experiments. Potions fizz and beakers bubble as you explore the world of molecular interactions!
Superhero Science: Scientists assemble! Marvel at superhero feats accomplished with the power of science! We'll gain Captain America's strength through physics, recreate Hulk's massive size with chemistry, transform into the Human Torch, and so much more! Learn superhero-sized science with this fantastic demo.
Curious about constellations? Interested in meeting our galactic neighbors? Or perhaps learning about the chaotic death of the universe is more your style?
Explore the cosmos with us in the Mobile Planetarium and embark on a tour of the planets, black holes, and more! The universe will come alive for your students in completely accessible and exciting ways. Our collection of videos and 360° imaging is out of this world!
Let us come to you!
Workshops: Take biology, physics, chemistry, or engineering content to the next level by bringing one of our STEM - based workshops to your classroom, club, school or organization. All workshops are NGSS aligned and can be tailored to your group's needs.
Mobius Nights: Our science educators can bring exciting STEM experiences to schools, clubs, and organizations! Our Mobius Nights include science demos, hands-on activities, and planetarium shows for the whole group. For pricing and more details contact our Outreach Department today!
Contact Jake Milliron at email@example.com to schedule a Mobius on the Move experience.
Owl Pellet Dissection Grades K - 5
Ever wondered what happens after an owl enjoys a tasty meal? Learn about this silent hunter and the critters they call dinner by piecing together the bones, feathers, and fur that you find when you dig into owl pellets with us!
Cow Eyeball Dissection Grades 3 - 12
Why do cow eyes glow at night? How similar are their eyes to ours? Explore these questions and more while dissecting a real eyeball! Through this ooey-gooey workshop learn how each piece of the eye works together to give us sight.
Grasshopper Dissection Grades 3-12
How do bugs breathe? Do they have blood like us? And just how many eyes does a grasshopper have?? Get the inside scoop on arthropods by dissecting this common backyard critter!
Frog Dissection Grades 3-12
Open this amphibian up and investigate their digestive system, hopping muscles, and skeletal structure. As fellow vertebrates, frogs share many similarities with humans. This is an excellent introduction to anatomy.
Squid Dissection Grades 3-12
Dissecting a squid can be an inky business! Discover how these marine creatures navigate the oceans and what makes them different from creatures who live above the waves. You’ll even paint with squid ink when you’re done!
DNA Grades K - 12
Special requirements: Access to sink for disposal. Life is connected by an alphabet of A’s, T’s, C’s, and G’s. Explore the delicate double helix of the DNA molecule by making models with yummy gummies and removing the physical strands of DNA from fruits and vegetables. We all have genes, they just aren’t made of denim!
Soil Science Grades K - 12
How does soil help plants grow? How can we keep it healthy? In this workshop, younger students will learn what soil is and be introduced to concepts like biodegradability while older students will explore nutrients, pH, and the critters that live in soil. All students will learn how to compost at home and how it works! *Teachers, interested in setting up a classroom vermicompost system? We can help!
pH lab Grades 3 - 12
Special requirements: Access to sink for disposal
In this lab, students will learn the pH properties of acids and bases, test various household materials, and create a vibrant rainbow display of the full pH spectrum! By the end, you’ll even discover if your breath has color -changing powers.
Hovercrafts Grades 3 - 12
Special requirements: electrical outlets. Using common materials and some student ingenuity, engineer a hovercraft to glide across a table on a near frictionless cushion of air!
Bridges Grades 3 - 12
Do you have a crevasse to cross? A trench to traverse? Using design and your own creativity, you’ll build different types of bridges while learning the principles of engineering!
Jets on a String Grades 3 - 12
Special requirements: open, unobstructed spaces. Are you looking for a hands-on experience for promising rocket scientists? Use the same principles of physics as rockets to power a slightly less combustible projectile. Your students will problem solve on the fly!