Suggested Ages: 2 - 4 yrs old. Parents stay and play in these fun classes.


Please Note: Due to space limitations in our classroom, only one parent/caregiver per class/camp attendee is included in the class fee. If an additional grandparent or parent would like to attend the class, they would need to pay the daily admission price to attend, also, due to space limitations in our classroom, there might not be room for them to participate in the activity, but they are welcome to check in with the teacher to see if there is room for them to watch prior to paying daily admission.

Siblings are not included in the class fee and they will need to remain on the lap of their parent/caregiver during the class. If a parent/caregiver would like a sibling to participate, they will need to pay the class fee prior to the class/camp start time (if the class/camp is not full) to participate. Due to space limitations, no strollers are allowed in the classroom.


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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be recieved at least 48 hours in advance to recieve a credit for a future camp/class. In the 48 hours prior to the camp/class, no credit will be issued.


Mommy & Me     Thu, May. 7   10:30am

We love moms at Mobius! We’ll use our hands to create a floral masterpiece for mom, just in time for Mother’s Day!


Slime & Putty    Wed, May. 13   10:30am

Let’s experiment! You will be able to add your own ingredients to slime and putty to make your own formula!


Rainbows & Sunshine    Thu, May. 21   10:30am

We’ll learn about rainbows and sunshine while making colorful crafts!


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.

Mobius on the Move

We offer a variety of outreach programs, choose a program below and let us come to you!

Contact Jake Milliron at jmilliron@mobiusspokane.org to schedule a Mobius on the Move experience.


Mobius on the Move STEM Event:

Looking to bring Mobius to your STEM Night or special program? Let us bring hands-on, engaging STEM activities to your students.

STEM Event Details

  • Group size: Any size. Great for K-12 students and their families.
  • Schedule: Please schedule at least 1 month in advance.
  • Length: Price includes up to 2-hour event.
  • Location: We’ll come to you! *travel fees will be added for any location over 50 miles from downtown Spokane, contact Jake Milliron at 509-321-7212 for a travel fee quote.
  • Fee: $250

Mobius Night:

Looking to have a fun STEM Night at your school? Let Mobius take care of the whole event with science demos, hands-on activities and even planetarium shows!

Mobius Night Details

  • Group size: Any size. Great for K-12 students and their families.
  • Schedule: Please schedule at least 1 month in advance.
  • Length: Price includes up to 2-hour event.
  • Location: We’ll come to you! *travel fees will be added for any location over 50 miles from downtown Spokane, contact Jake Milliron at 509-321-7212 for a travel fee quote.
  • Fee: Prices starting at $600. Varies based on number of activities and expected guests.
  • Special requirements: Science demos and the planetarium will require additional space and access to electrical outlets.

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.

Workshop Details

  • Group size: Up to 30 students.
  • Schedule: Please schedule 1 month in advance as workshops are booked on a space-available basis.
  • Length: All workshops are 60 minutes. Let us know if you need time adjustments.
  • Location: We’ll come to you! *travel fees will be added for any location over 50 miles from downtown Spokane, contact Jake Milliron at 509-321-7212 for a travel fee quote.
  • Fee: 1 workshop topic - $300, $200 per additional workshop at same location and day.
  • Special requirements: All workshops require tables, chairs, and a designated room for the duration of the workshop. Some workshops may have additional requirements, please see descriptions.

Workshop Topics

Dissections

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.

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!

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!

Coding with Robots · Grades K-12
Can you talk to robots? Learn how to communicate with robots and create an algorithm for the robot to complete a challenge. This workshop is adaptable for a broad range of ages, with picture-based coding language for younger grades and added levels of difficulty, based on student experience.

Chemistry

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.

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.

Biology

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!

Earth Science

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.


Planetarium Shows:

Curious about constellations? Interested in visiting our celestial neighbors? Wondering how stars and galaxies are formed? Explore the cosmos with Mobius in our Mobile Planetarium, with our collection of videos and a 360° view that is out of this world! 

Planetarium Details

  • Audience: All ages. Ask for information about age-appropriate shows. 
  • Group size: Up to 30 elementary students per show or up to 25 adults.
  • Schedule: Shows must be scheduled two weeks in advance and are booked on a space-available basis.
  • Length: Varies, depending on shows and needs.
  • Location: We’ll come to you! *travel fees will be added for any location over 50 miles from downtown Spokane, contact Jake Milliron at 509-321-7212 for a travel fee quote.
  • Fee: $300 for first show; $100 per subsequent show at same location and day.
  • Special requirements: 25’ x 25’ of floor space, 15’ of vertical clearance, and access to electrical outlets are required.
  • Accessibility: Viewers must be able to sit on the floor for the duration of the show. The planetarium is not recommended for those with claustrophobia. For accessibility questions, please contact Jake Milliron at 509-321-7212.