Tag Archive: Science center learning

Dec 27

Austin, Texas

We spent a quick couple days in Austin before heading to the beach for Christmas. We packed a lot into a short stay and had fun exploring Texas’ capitol city. First up, we managed to arrive after dark again, oh well. But it was an exciting night with some noisy visitors after midnight… Ever heard …

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Dec 10

Fort Worth – Show me the money!

This past week we got to visit the science center in Dallas. We’ve been told that it’s amazing. And it was nice – relatively new and fancy and shiny. It was more a museum than a science center, though, and a lot of the displays didn’t have a lot of  hands on “science learning”. That …

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Nov 21

Little Rock, Arkansas

Traveling south to Arkansas last week we enjoyed warmer weather again!   We got to go visit the Little Rock science center the one day it rained, which was nice timing! Learning about pulleys! Ever laid on a bed of nails? Ryan couldn’t be left out!    

Nov 05

Lake Thunderbird, Oklahoma

When camping near the water in Oklahoma, expect wind! It was a very breezy stay here but the view in our backyard was spectacular! We celebrated Halloween while we were here, and enjoyed free hot dogs, candy, and games!  We also had a great science day at the Oklahoma Science center! The scale train display was Zachary’s …

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Sep 02

Building Dams and Catching Fish

From our campsite at Ray Roberts Lake State Park we could see the very long dam stretching across the lake. The kids loved driving over the dam and watching to see how much water was being allowed through the other side. It was no surprise, then, when I heard them working together to make their …

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