Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Museum of Natural History invites young nature lovers and their families to participate in a free week of Super Science Days, featuring spring activities to do with kids from home. Super Science Days kick off April 6 on the museum’s website and Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels @CarnegieMNH.
Hosted by the museum’s Lifelong Learning department, Super Science Days include Spring-o Bingo, DIY Whipped Cream Eggs, DIY String Eggs, bird’s nest crafts, and other scientific celebrations of spring.
“The Super Science Egg-cellent Egg Hunt is a beloved tradition for our museum team and visitors alike. While we are going to miss the joy of welcoming families to the museum this year, we look forward to sharing our favorite spring-themed activities for you to try at home,” says Director of Education Laurie Giarratani, “We’ve really enjoyed working on creative content for virtual engagement and are excited to connect with our community in a new way this year.”
All activities will be listed at carnegiemnh.org/visitor/things-to-do/super-science-saturdays/.
For more information about how to engage from home with Carnegie Museum of Natural History, visit carnegiemnh.org.