Science Center Pictures

As promised here are some pictures from our trip to the Maryland Science Center yesterday.


Kyle loved playing with the “clouds”. He was really cute, doing karate chops and watching the clouds scatter and move.


Jason has a thing for contraptions and was in heaven trying to figure out how this one worked.



Kaiya helps Kyle pull himself up using pulleys.



This optical illusion had all the kids mesmerized.



Especially Kyle.



Lying on a bed of nails was a big hit. Kyle was really tense and would not move a muscle!



Jason was a bit more relaxed.



The Kids’ Playroom was a big hit. Especially the water table.

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6 Responses to Science Center Pictures

  1. Looks like they had a great time. The picture of Kyle in front of the optical illusion reminds of the scene from The Jungle Book where the snake is hypnotizing the kid.

  2. That looks awesome! Where is it located – Baltimore?

  3. braegan says:

    Did you go on Wednesday? We were there with a few of our novaunschooler friends, too. Was great fun.

  4. Wow! That looks like fun. I guess we need to find out more about that museum so we can go too! :)

  5. Yup it is in Baltimore.

    It only took an hour to get to, so really not bad at all. Both boys definitely want to go back.

    And yes we were there on Wednesday. I am surprised that we missed you!

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