Children's Science Center

Children's Science Center Children’s Science Center Lab is an interactive children's museum focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Located at Fair Oaks Mall.

The Children’s Science Center Lab is Northern Virginia’s first interactive museum where children, families and school groups can explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concepts through fun, engaging hands-on exhibits, activities and programs. In addition to four experience zones with changing exhibits and activities, the Lab includes a flex-space “Garage” for camps, class

The Children’s Science Center Lab is Northern Virginia’s first interactive museum where children, families and school groups can explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concepts through fun, engaging hands-on exhibits, activities and programs. In addition to four experience zones with changing exhibits and activities, the Lab includes a flex-space “Garage” for camps, class

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10/17/2021

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Join us this weekend or next for our Haunted Lab!  Investigate our creepy Animal Ambassadors, go on a spooky scavenger h...
10/15/2021

Join us this weekend or next for our Haunted Lab! Investigate our creepy Animal Ambassadors, go on a spooky scavenger hunt, create Frankenslime! Save $2 per ticket when you buy online. www.childsci.org/tickets

Join us this weekend or next for our Haunted Lab! Investigate our creepy Animal Ambassadors, go on a spooky scavenger hunt, create Frankenslime! Save $2 per ticket when you buy online. www.childsci.org/tickets

10/15/2021

Creepy and crawly critters! Join us for an animal encounter with our Madagascar hissing cockroaches! Learn all about the Haunted Lab and the Family Costume Party.

Starting SOON!  Don't miss out!
10/15/2021

Starting SOON! Don't miss out!

Starting SOON! Don't miss out!

We are proud to support USA Science & Engineering Festival! Come see the Children’s Science Center’s virtual exhibit boo...
10/15/2021

We are proud to support USA Science & Engineering Festival! Come see the Children’s Science Center’s virtual exhibit booth at the #SciFest All Access online #STEM expo for kids! A free event taking place Oct 18 to Oct 24. Learn more: https://scifest.vfairs.com

We are proud to support USA Science & Engineering Festival! Come see the Children’s Science Center’s virtual exhibit booth at the #SciFest All Access online #STEM expo for kids! A free event taking place Oct 18 to Oct 24. Learn more: https://scifest.vfairs.com

Be sure to join us tomorrow at Noon for our Facebook Live event for a creepy, crawly, close encounter with our Madagasca...
10/14/2021

Be sure to join us tomorrow at Noon for our Facebook Live event for a creepy, crawly, close encounter with our Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches!

Be sure to join us tomorrow at Noon for our Facebook Live event for a creepy, crawly, close encounter with our Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches!

Science Brings Possibilities to build confidence in STEM! The Science Center celebrates Latina STEM volunteers like Marg...
10/14/2021

Science Brings Possibilities to build confidence in STEM! The Science Center celebrates Latina STEM volunteers like Margaret Zoila Dominguez, an Engineer with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, who lends her time and expertise with young students in our Latina SciGirls program. She says, “The Lab opening the doors to people who come into the program, particularly Latina SciGirls, is a wonderful opportunity because these groups of students often don’t have these opportunities. So the fact that they can come here and have access to the Center and Latina volunteers – who look like them – who are working at national facilities and government agencies is absolutely unique.”

Thank you, Margaret, and all of the Latina STEM champions who share their love of STEM learning with these future innovators!

Science Brings Possibilities to build confidence in STEM! The Science Center celebrates Latina STEM volunteers like Margaret Zoila Dominguez, an Engineer with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, who lends her time and expertise with young students in our Latina SciGirls program. She says, “The Lab opening the doors to people who come into the program, particularly Latina SciGirls, is a wonderful opportunity because these groups of students often don’t have these opportunities. So the fact that they can come here and have access to the Center and Latina volunteers – who look like them – who are working at national facilities and government agencies is absolutely unique.”

Thank you, Margaret, and all of the Latina STEM champions who share their love of STEM learning with these future innovators!

Looking for a STEM filled evening of fun for the whole family?!  Our Family Costume Party is Saturday, October 23rd.  Du...
10/13/2021

Looking for a STEM filled evening of fun for the whole family?! Our Family Costume Party is Saturday, October 23rd. Due to limited capacity, advance registration is required. Purchase your tickets at
https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events:

Looking for a STEM filled evening of fun for the whole family?! Our Family Costume Party is Saturday, October 23rd. Due to limited capacity, advance registration is required. Purchase your tickets at
https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events:

It’s a wolf… No, it’s a fox… No, it’s a coyote! If you are confused, you are not alone. Even the explorers Lewis and Cla...
10/13/2021

It’s a wolf… No, it’s a fox… No, it’s a coyote! If you are confused, you are not alone. Even the explorers Lewis and Clark weren’t sure how to identify these creatures, since they were much smaller than gray wolves, but also much bigger than foxes. Whether you find them fascinating or frustrating, coyotes play a vital role in our environment. While most of their meals are made up of small mammals, they will eat almost anything! These wild canines have proven themselves to be apt adapters, as they change their diet based on their environment, allowing them to thrive all throughout North America. Unfortunately, due to their ability to live nearly everywhere, they can often be found near human habitats. While most encounters with humans do not result in conflict, they have been known to attack domestic animals, ranging from small creatures to even pet dogs!

It’s a wolf… No, it’s a fox… No, it’s a coyote! If you are confused, you are not alone. Even the explorers Lewis and Clark weren’t sure how to identify these creatures, since they were much smaller than gray wolves, but also much bigger than foxes. Whether you find them fascinating or frustrating, coyotes play a vital role in our environment. While most of their meals are made up of small mammals, they will eat almost anything! These wild canines have proven themselves to be apt adapters, as they change their diet based on their environment, allowing them to thrive all throughout North America. Unfortunately, due to their ability to live nearly everywhere, they can often be found near human habitats. While most encounters with humans do not result in conflict, they have been known to attack domestic animals, ranging from small creatures to even pet dogs!

Frightfully Fun STEM for the family!  Weekends from October 16 0 October 31.  Purchase tickets in advance and save $2 pe...
10/13/2021

Frightfully Fun STEM for the family! Weekends from October 16 0 October 31. Purchase tickets in advance and save $2 per ticket at: childsci.org/tickets 👻 🎃

Frightfully Fun STEM for the family! Weekends from October 16 0 October 31. Purchase tickets in advance and save $2 per ticket at: childsci.org/tickets 👻 🎃

Educators, are you interested in learning about all the ways we can support you and your classroom this year?  Bring you...
10/12/2021

Educators, are you interested in learning about all the ways we can support you and your classroom this year? Bring your family* to the Lab Sunday, Oct 17 for a free visit and to learn about Virtual and In-Person Fieldtrips and more! Preregistration required. Email us at [email protected] to learn more and register. *(up to 4 people total)

Educators, are you interested in learning about all the ways we can support you and your classroom this year? Bring your family* to the Lab Sunday, Oct 17 for a free visit and to learn about Virtual and In-Person Fieldtrips and more! Preregistration required. Email us at [email protected] to learn more and register. *(up to 4 people total)

Thank you to our long-standing Founders Society Giving Circle members for their multi-year commitments to inspire a love...
10/12/2021

Thank you to our long-standing Founders Society Giving Circle members for their multi-year commitments to inspire a love of STEM learning. Their sustaining gifts ensure science brings possibilities for joy, growth, and hope to tens of thousands of children and families across Northern Virginia. Kudos for what your gifts make possible every day.

Thank you to our long-standing Founders Society Giving Circle members for their multi-year commitments to inspire a love of STEM learning. Their sustaining gifts ensure science brings possibilities for joy, growth, and hope to tens of thousands of children and families across Northern Virginia. Kudos for what your gifts make possible every day.

It's Ada Lovelace Day!  Celebrate women in STEM and teach your child about the Princess of Parallelograms.  Learn why sh...
10/12/2021
Extraordinary Women: Ada Lovelace - Inspiring story of first programmer - Educational Game for Kids

It's Ada Lovelace Day! Celebrate women in STEM and teach your child about the Princess of Parallelograms. Learn why she is considered the first computer programmer in history, long before computers were invented! 💻
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl-vzdtEaVQ

How many women mathematicians do you know? And women mountain climbers or swimmers? History is full of girls who were warriors and rebels who have done incre...

Enjoy the Haunted Lab after hours and wear your favorite costume.  Prizes will be awarded for creative and original idea...
10/11/2021

Enjoy the Haunted Lab after hours and wear your favorite costume. Prizes will be awarded for creative and original ideas; maybe come as your favorite scientist? or your best science pun? Whatever you choose, you and your family are sure to have a frightfully good time! 🎃
https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events

Enjoy the Haunted Lab after hours and wear your favorite costume. Prizes will be awarded for creative and original ideas; maybe come as your favorite scientist? or your best science pun? Whatever you choose, you and your family are sure to have a frightfully good time! 🎃
https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events

Raise your hand if you are excited we are open tomorrow! 🖐️ Join us at the Lab.  Purchase your tickets in advance and sa...
10/10/2021

Raise your hand if you are excited we are open tomorrow! 🖐️
Join us at the Lab. Purchase your tickets in advance and save $2. per ticket.
childsci.org/tickets

Raise your hand if you are excited we are open tomorrow! 🖐️
Join us at the Lab. Purchase your tickets in advance and save $2. per ticket.
childsci.org/tickets

#SundaySilly
10/10/2021

#SundaySilly

#SundaySilly

Meet Erin Pineda, Data Analyst for ArdentMC and Senior Intelligence Analyst for US Air Force Reserves.  Ms. Pineda share...
10/09/2021

Meet Erin Pineda, Data Analyst for ArdentMC and Senior Intelligence Analyst for US Air Force Reserves. Ms. Pineda shares what enticed her to join the Air Force, become a Data Analyst, and buy a book store! She explains how her experiences allow her to approach problem sets with confidence and figure out a path to a solution. Enjoy this interview with STEM Champion, Erin Pineda.

https://youtu.be/oA2yEr2QfzM

Meet Erin Pineda, Data Analyst for ArdentMC and Senior Intelligence Analyst for US Air Force Reserves. Ms. Pineda shares what enticed her to join the Air Force, become a Data Analyst, and buy a book store! She explains how her experiences allow her to approach problem sets with confidence and figure out a path to a solution. Enjoy this interview with STEM Champion, Erin Pineda.

https://youtu.be/oA2yEr2QfzM

Looking for a way to enjoy family time on this long weekend?  Bring your children to the Lab for 2 hours of STEM fun!  W...
10/09/2021

Looking for a way to enjoy family time on this long weekend? Bring your children to the Lab for 2 hours of STEM fun! We are open Saturday, Sunday and Monday (October 11) at 10 am and 2 pm. Purchase your tickets in advance and save $2.
www.childsci.org/tickets

Looking for a way to enjoy family time on this long weekend? Bring your children to the Lab for 2 hours of STEM fun! We are open Saturday, Sunday and Monday (October 11) at 10 am and 2 pm. Purchase your tickets in advance and save $2.
www.childsci.org/tickets

Did you catch our Facebook Live today?  Come to the Lab and mix up your own batch of ooey-gooey Frankenslime!   It's sur...
10/08/2021

Did you catch our Facebook Live today? Come to the Lab and mix up your own batch of ooey-gooey Frankenslime! It's sure to be a monstrously good time!
2 hour timed entries 10 am and 2 pm Saturday, Sunday and Monday, October 11.
childsci.org/tickets

Did you catch our Facebook Live today? Come to the Lab and mix up your own batch of ooey-gooey Frankenslime! It's sure to be a monstrously good time!
2 hour timed entries 10 am and 2 pm Saturday, Sunday and Monday, October 11.
childsci.org/tickets

10/08/2021

It's alive! ⚡Join us to learn all about Frankenslime, our new activity at the experiment bar. 👀🧪

Don't miss out on our Facebook Live today at Noon -  Creating Frankenslime!
10/08/2021

Don't miss out on our Facebook Live today at Noon - Creating Frankenslime!

Don't miss out on our Facebook Live today at Noon - Creating Frankenslime!

The Family Costume Party is back!!  Enjoy the Haunted Lab after hours and wear your favorite costume.  Prizes will be aw...
10/08/2021

The Family Costume Party is back!! Enjoy the Haunted Lab after hours and wear your favorite costume. Prizes will be awarded for creative and original ideas; maybe come as your favorite scientist? or your best science pun? Whatever you choose, you and your family will tinker in our Tinker Shop, explore our exhibits in the Inspiration Hub, engage with the younger set in our Discovery Zone, and conjure up some magical science at our Experiment Bar.
https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events

The Family Costume Party is back!! Enjoy the Haunted Lab after hours and wear your favorite costume. Prizes will be awarded for creative and original ideas; maybe come as your favorite scientist? or your best science pun? Whatever you choose, you and your family will tinker in our Tinker Shop, explore our exhibits in the Inspiration Hub, engage with the younger set in our Discovery Zone, and conjure up some magical science at our Experiment Bar.
https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events

The Science Center is proud to celebrate one year of STEM Champion Interviews and the opportunity to connect regional ST...
10/07/2021

The Science Center is proud to celebrate one year of STEM Champion Interviews and the opportunity to connect regional STEM leaders of today with the innovators of tomorrow. Tenacious Topper Shutt, Chief Meteorologist at WUSA-TV Channel 9, joined our Youth Advisory Board for a STEM Champion Interview. Thank you, Topper, for talking about the tools of the trade in meteorology and how you got your start as a weather forecaster.
https://youtu.be/PfC-cnv78OQ

The Science Center is proud to celebrate one year of STEM Champion Interviews and the opportunity to connect regional STEM leaders of today with the innovators of tomorrow. Tenacious Topper Shutt, Chief Meteorologist at WUSA-TV Channel 9, joined our Youth Advisory Board for a STEM Champion Interview. Thank you, Topper, for talking about the tools of the trade in meteorology and how you got your start as a weather forecaster.
https://youtu.be/PfC-cnv78OQ

Another long weekend is almost here!  Make plans to join us Saturday, Sunday or Monday, October 11 at 10 am or 2 pm for ...
10/07/2021

Another long weekend is almost here! Make plans to join us Saturday, Sunday or Monday, October 11 at 10 am or 2 pm for 2 hours filled with STEM family fun!
www.childsci.org/tickets

Another long weekend is almost here! Make plans to join us Saturday, Sunday or Monday, October 11 at 10 am or 2 pm for 2 hours filled with STEM family fun!
www.childsci.org/tickets

Join us this Friday for our Facebook Live Event - Frankenslime!This spooky slime is premiering at the Experiment Bar thi...
10/06/2021

Join us this Friday for our Facebook Live Event - Frankenslime!
This spooky slime is premiering at the Experiment Bar this Friday! Get your tickets for the holiday weekend before they sell out! www.childsci.org/tickets

Join us this Friday for our Facebook Live Event - Frankenslime!
This spooky slime is premiering at the Experiment Bar this Friday! Get your tickets for the holiday weekend before they sell out! www.childsci.org/tickets

In honor of today's announcement of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Hispanic Heritage Month, we would l...
10/06/2021
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1970

In honor of today's announcement of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Hispanic Heritage Month, we would like to highlight Luis Federico Leloir, winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of metabolic pathways in lactose.
http://ow.ly/D9sM50Gn6Cb

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1970 was awarded to Luis F. Leloir "for his discovery of sugar nucleotides and their role in the biosynthesis of carbohydrates".

Evolved from South American species of opossums, the Virginia opossum now lives in Central and North America. While Virg...
10/06/2021

Evolved from South American species of opossums, the Virginia opossum now lives in Central and North America. While Virginia opossums originally adapted in tropical environments, they have continued to travel as far north as southern Canada with the help of human-built structures. Often found hanging around water sources such as streams or swamps, these nocturnal animals have a prehensile tail that acts as another limb to help them climb trees. Once a year, a litter will be born and crawl into their mother’s pouch. This pouch makes them a marsupial! They are the only marsupial native to North America. Playing defense! Opossums are immune to the venom of some snakes and have the ability to appear dead to their predators, often called “playing possum”. However, this behavior is not an act at all! They cannot control their response to fear and may remain motionless, including not blinking, for up to six hours.

Evolved from South American species of opossums, the Virginia opossum now lives in Central and North America. While Virginia opossums originally adapted in tropical environments, they have continued to travel as far north as southern Canada with the help of human-built structures. Often found hanging around water sources such as streams or swamps, these nocturnal animals have a prehensile tail that acts as another limb to help them climb trees. Once a year, a litter will be born and crawl into their mother’s pouch. This pouch makes them a marsupial! They are the only marsupial native to North America. Playing defense! Opossums are immune to the venom of some snakes and have the ability to appear dead to their predators, often called “playing possum”. However, this behavior is not an act at all! They cannot control their response to fear and may remain motionless, including not blinking, for up to six hours.

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Development of musical ability Integration of Information Technology in Elementary Music Education Music has a complex coding system there are many exact mathematical elements : duration , interval , scale , pitch , beat , frequency and their relationship there. The Technology of digital code is the advanced tool for the development a child's brain, hand coordination and fine motor skills. Reading of musical notation is a multi-modal integration of different areas of brain involved simultaneously. The variable of the neural signals from the dorsal premotor cortex and the primary motor cortex describes the activity of neural plasticity happening in brain preceding a decision – making between effort and accuracy of pressing of a key. Melody Recognition on Numeric Sequences 3345. 5432. 1123. 3020. 3345. 5432. 1123. 2010. Ode to Joy Ludvig van Bethoven 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444. 4333. 3223. 2050. 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444.4333. 3554. 2010. Jingle Bells The study topic covers both fundamental concepts of neural coding and signal processing at various levels along side the audio - visual- motor synchronization as well as strategies for children with special needs teaching. https://issuu.com/sergeystepanov0/docs/digital_key.docx_eb5a57e9df89d0 NeuromusicLab Reflection Ukraine
Integration of Information Technology in Elementary Music Education Music has a complex coding system there are many exact mathematical elements : duration , interval , scale , pitch , beat , frequency and their relationship there. Reading of musical notation is a multi-modal integration of different areas of brain involved simultaneously. The variable of the neural signals from the dorsal premotor cortex and the primary motor cortex describes the activity of neural plasticity happening in brain preceding a decision – making between effort and accuracy of pressing of a key. Melody Recognition on Numeric Sequences 3345. 5432. 1123. 3020. 3345. 5432. 1123. 2010. Ode to Joy Ludvig van Bethoven 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444. 4333. 3223. 2050. 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444.4333. 3554. 2010. Jingle Bells The Technology of Digital Key is the advanced tool for the development a child's brain, hand coordination and fine motor skills. The study topic covers both fundamental concepts of neural coding and signal processing at various levels along side the audio - visual- motor synchronization as well as strategies for children with special needs teaching. https://lnkd.in/dDitw8h NeuromusicLab Reflection Ukraine
Cognitive Signal Processing Pattern Recognition Flexibility The future of effective learning is combined with pattern recognition technology. It is known that difficulties in perception of any information, including musical one, cause strain of the main functional systems in the child’s body. Statistics and practice show , the period of learning with using of the generally accepted music grammar is pulled for several years. At early stage of learning up to thirty percent of children lose their interest to music subject and leave study. This situation is explained by the excessive load arising at the first contact of the child with a complex format to learn a piano. In order to protect the health of parents and children , in response to COVID -19 , we propose to replace face-to-face music training with remote music learning. We would like to share a tech - resource that can both reduce the risk of severe disease and simplify the methods of initial music training. Melody Recognition on Numeric Sequences 3345. 5432. 1123. 3020. 3345. 5432. 1123. 2010. Ode to Joy Ludvig van Bethoven 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444. 4333. 3223. 2050. 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444.4333. 3554. 2010. Jingle Bells Formatted lessons give a positive result regardless of the platform both interactive and online lessons.The above should not be understood as a rejection of generally accepted music teaching in the classrooms but to protect the health of children and adolescents, online learning technology will be effective and successful. The Project "Reflection " is aimed at studying the somatosensory integration of nerve signals in the main functional systems of the child’s organism : the central nervous system, auditory ,muscular , visual , using electrophysiology measurement techniques - ENG, EMG,EEG, Audiometry. Method EEG allows to research the difference of the integrated synaptic signals , to make the comparative diagrams of dynamics of initiated spikes while perception music metric and digital patterns, plus the time of fatigue of synaptic structures and cells - neurons of cortex is determined . Method ENG - EMG completes one another, joints the visual analyzer with the neuro-motor function of fingers and proves , from scientific point of view , the development of muscular fatigue in hands depending on the quantity of eyeballs’ fluctuations. Method Audiometry allows to research the increment of sensitivity to the functional sounds ( pure-tone ,high - low pitched brain waves, beta range) plus the behavioral audiometry. Kids in modern world should receive the most effective integrated technologies. https://lnkd.in/dDitw8h NeuromusicLab Reflection Ukraine
Cognitive Signal Processing Pattern Recognition Flexibility The future of effective learning is combined with pattern recognition technology.It is known that difficulties in perception of any information, including musical one, cause strain of the main functional systems in the child’s body. Statistics and practice show , the period of learning with using of the generally accepted music grammar is pulled for several years. At early stage of learning upto thirty percent of children lose their interest to the music subject and leave study. This situation is explained by the excessive load arising at the first contact of the child with a complex format to learn a piano. In order to protect the health of parents and children , in response to COVID -19 , we propose to replace face-to-face music training with remote music learning. We would like to share a technological resource that can both reduce the risk of severe disease and simplify the methods of initial music training. Numeric Cognition 3345. 5432. 1123. 3020. 3345. 5432. 1123. 2010. Ode to Joy Ludvig van Bethoven 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444. 4333. 3223. 2050. 3330. 3330. 3512. 3000. 4444.4333. 3554. 2010. Jingle Bells Formatted lessons give a positive result regardless of the platform both interactive and online lessons.The above should not be understood as a rejection of generally accepted music teaching in the classrooms but to protect the health of children and adolescents, online learning technology will be effective and successful. The Project "Reflection " is aimed at studying the somatosensory integration of nerve signals in the main functional systems of the child’s organism : the central nervous system, auditory ,muscular , visual , using electrophysiology measurement techniques - ENG, EMG,EEG, Audiometry. Method EEG allows to research the difference of the integrated synaptic signals , to make the comparative diagrams of dynamics of initiated spikes while perception music metric and digital patterns, plus the time of fatigue of synaptic structures and cells - neurons of cortex is determined . Method ENG - EMG completes one another, joints the visual analyzer with the neuro-motorfunction of fingers and proves , from scientific point of view , the development of muscular fatigue in hands depending on the quantity of eyeballs’ fluctuations. Method Audiometry allows to research the increment of sensitivity to the functional sounds ( pure-tone ,high - low pitched,brain waves, beta range) plus the behavioral audiometry. Kids in modern world should receive the most effective teaching technologies. https://lnkd.in/dDitw8h NeuromusicLab Reflection Ukraine