This temporary exhibit (which closed on August 5th) was set-up in a still undeveloped space in the ground floor of the Foundry Lofts near the Navy Yards and Capitol Riverwalk.
There were all kind of hands-on interactive exhibits designed for kids ages 3-8 to investigate how science impacts health and wellness.
The kids had a great time checking out everything out.
They created healthy recipes.
They created patterns.
They learned how scientists use machines to mix and separate liquids and other matter.
They used microscopes.
I’m sorry to say this particular exhibit has closed and moved on to another city, but Living Classroms offers other programs at their location in Glen Echo, MD.
They are located in The Children’s Museum at Glen Echo Park and open to the public from 10am – 3pm on weekends (Saturdays & Sundays).