Join us in celebrating the life and legacy of the great Martin Luther King Jr. with an all new WonderWeek.
"Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope." -M.L.K Jr. From the "I Have A Dream" speech in Washington, DC on August 28, 1963.
This week is a celebration of the life of one of America's greatest leaders, Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King was an advocate for peace, and social justice during a time of great tension, and difficulty in the United States. His message of justice, tolerance and diversity is still relevant today. MLK had a dream for humanity, and the Children's Museum Houston invites you to share in that dream with our Dream Big WonderWeek. Join us the week before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, in celebrating the life and legacy of this great hero with a week full of inspiring activities.
Land Among the Stars Constellation Art
Shoot for the moon; even if you miss, you’ll land in the stars! Create your own unique constellation art using your dreams as your guide!
Location: Art Academy
Learn about opossums by making your own mask! We’ll also have educational pieces like pelt, skull, and fun facts!
What are your dreams for your family, friends or future? Use them to create a colorful cloud to display at home!
Create the world symbol of peace and write about what peace means to you in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Create a pledge of kindness to display at home as a reminder that one person can change the world.
Catch the Snowflake
Be the first person to catch 10 snowflakes with this board game!
Location: Math Cart
Cornstarch Snowflakes (Facilitated)
Use corn starch peanuts to create your very own snowflake! Learn about cornstarch and what happens when you add water!
Location: Science Station
Acid-Base Neutralization/Pipe Cleaner DNA
Learn about the acidic environment in the stomach, while demonstrating how certain compounds can neutralize an environment that is too acidic.
Location: Power Science Lab
Build and Destroy!
Create a structure and then test it to see if it can survive different forces! Can it withstand the pressure of a crushing press, or the force of strong winds?
Location: Inventor's Workshop and Maker Annex