Owl Pellet Dissection · Grades K-3
Ever wonder 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 inside the scoop on arthropods by dissecting this common backyard critter!
Frog Dissection · Grades 3-12
Open this amphibian up and investigate their internal organs. 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!
Technology and Engineering
Rover Landing · Grades 3-12
The curiosity rover traveled through space at nearly 13,000 mph! How did NASA land this delicate robot safely on the surface of Mars? Could you do it better? Design and test your own landing safety gear to protect an egg rover!
Hovercrafts · Grades 3 - 12
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!
Airplane Wing Design · Grades 3-12
Create your own airplane wing and send it on a test flight. You will test different wing designs and study them like a real aeronautical engineer!
Coding · Grades 3-12
Can you talk to robots? Learn to write the coded language that computer programmers use to direct robots like a Mars Rover. Explore the basics of coding using fun Sphero robots.
pH Lab · Grades 3-12
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.
Hot and Cold · Grades 3-12
Mix together different household materials to create a temperature profile of chemical reactions! Investigate which combinations release heat and which make tings chilly in this inquiry-based workshop on exothermic and endothermic reactions.
Chemistry 101 · Grades K-5
What is a chemical reaction and how do we know when one is happening? In this introduction to chemistry workshop, students will answer these questions through colorful and bubbly experiments.
DNA · Grades 3-12
Life is connected by an alphabet of A’s C’s T’s and G’s. Explore the delicate double helix of the DNA molecule by making models with gummies and removing the physical strand of DNA from strawberries. We all have genes, they just aren’t made from denim!
Balloon Bacteria · Grades 3-12
Bacteria comes in different sizes, shapes, and colors. Learn to look at bacteria like a microbiologist with a microscope and the help of a few balloons too!
Pollinators · Grades K-3
How do flowers make seeds? Why are bees so important for growing fruits and vegetables? Explore the dynamic relationship between flowers and pollinators!
Volcanos · Grades K-12
Scientists drill into soil and ice to study the earth's history. Create volcanic eruptions and study core samples as you drill into your model volcano. Learn about volcanos and study them like a geologist.
Worm Composting · Grades K-5
Worms may be small but they play a huge role in the natural processes that create healthy soil. Students will learn about the importance of worms, decomposing, and recycling food as they create a worm compost bin for their classroom.
- Scheduling: Field trips can be scheduled Tuesday through Sunday during two time slots: 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm. Trips must be scheduled in advance and are booked on a space-available basis. For workshop add-ons please schedule at least 3 weeks in advance.
- Audience: Grades: 3 and up. For grades: Pre-K - 2 contact Mobius Children’s Museum at 509.321.7121.
- Group Size: A minimum of 10 paying children is required, with a maximum of 75.
- Chaperones: 1 free adult required for every 7 children. $5 per additional chaperone or siblings over 12 months old.
- Lunch Time: Mobius Science Center does not have lunch space available. You may call 509.456.3413 to reserve the Kress Gallery in River Park Square or enjoy a picnic in Riverfront Park.
- Parking: Metered parking is available on the street and there are parking lots and garages close by.
- Transportation: There is a bus loading zone available on Post St, in front of Mobius Science Center.
- Accessibility: All areas of Mobius are fully wheelchair accessible. Entry for attendants of disabled persons is free.
Scholarship Field Trips
Through the Mobius Spokane Scholarship Program, we have limited funding available for scholarship field trips to the science center. Please fill out the Scholarship Application below and email it to email@example.com for approval. Once a decision has been made, the contact person on the application will be notified to schedule a field trip visit.