Wild, wacky and weird activities at Discovery Place KIDS
Daily activities listed below take place from 11:15-11:45 a.m. and 2:15-2:45 p.m.
October 2 Monster Balloons: Create balloon animals in the shape of your favorite Halloween monster.
October 3 Slime: What ingredients do we need to make our own slime? Get hands-on with our favorite gooey recipe.
October 4 Monster Puppets: Transform your favorite Halloween goblin or ghoul into a puppet.
October 9 Mad Scientist Potion: Put on your safety goggles and your scientist brain and join us as we mix different ingredients together to make a magic potion.
October 10 Edible Slime: Slime isnt only fun to play with! Join us as we add our favorite flavors to slime for a tasty snack.
October 11 Go Away Big Green Monster: Stop by for one of your favorite stories and then make your own monsters in I Can CREATE.
October 16 Monster Candy: Prepare your fangs to bite into a tasty treat as we make a monsters favorite sweet.
October 17 Dry Ice Experiments: Itll make you shiver! Check out some of our favorite eye-catching dry ice experiments.
October 18 Melted Aliens: With a little slime and googly eyes, we can make special aliens to take home. Join us for this fun science and art activity.
October 23 Happy Birthday Discovery Place KIDS!: Discovery Place KIDS is two-years old today. You wont want to miss this games and activities at this birthday celebration!
October 24 Spooky Spiders: Lets get creepy and crawly with our eight-legged friends. Be part of our web while we learn all about spiders through art and science.
October 25 Eyeball Candy: Did you know eyeballs could taste so sweet? Help us make tasty eyeballs with pretzels and chocolate.
October 30 National Candy Corn Day: Celebrate the day before Halloween with our favorite Halloween candy and stay for candy corn art and games.
October 31 Trick or Treat: Happy Halloween! Wear your Halloween costume and enjoy a special treat. Plus, join us for a costume contest as we vote on our favorite Discovery Place KIDS staff member costume.
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