June 12 – July 5,  2015
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Tonight in the KidZone Tent children can make their own windsock and let it “dance” in the wind. While the kids are having fun, parents can learn more about how children learn about the world around them from the Psychology Department at the University of Michigan. http://sitemaker.umich.edu/gelman...
Come dance with us down at the KidZone tent! Arts in Motion will host a variety of creative movement games for kids and their grown ups. http://www.artsinmotion.net
Come see LEGO robot lions roar, LEGO bayblades compete, and LEGO sumo robots battle to be king of the mountain when Rocks and Robots takes over the KidZone tent. Rocks and Robots is an Ann Arbor technology and adventure camp for ages 6-16. Campers design, build, and program robotic animals, soccer players, sumo robots, and autonomous flying robots...
Get ready for Independence Day with some patriotic crafts! The Ann Arbor YMCA also has fun bubble activities, and you’ll have the opportunity to make a star shaped bubble wand so you can celebrate the 4th of July in style. http://www.annarborymca.org/
The U-M Stearns Collection and Center for World Performance will offer all passers-by (kids and adults, musically inclined or not) an opportunity to play and discover musical instruments from around the world including the bell-like Indonesian gamelan–stay tuned for musical surprises during this interactive Kid-Zone time! http://www...
FLY Children’s Art Center (a mobile non-profit organization that provides free creative problem solving experiences for children in Ypsi and the surrounding area) has a bunch of open-ended materials for your family to experiment with. Create something that floats, design a mini box village, experiment with paper bags, and more! The sky’s the limit! www...
Fossils tell stories about the evolution of our early relatives. Some of these relatives were so small that scientists have nicknamed them “hobbits”! Come visit our station to find out why these hominids, discovered in Indonesia, were so tiny. Also, make your own map of the “hobbit” island to take home! http://www...
Create your own unique mosaic magnets with the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Recreate ancient mosaic patterns using beans and make your own refrigerator magnet. Enjoying building your own mosaic? Don’t forget to visit the real thing through September 7, 2014 at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. http://www...
Tonight in the KidZone, unleash your inner scientist! The Lamaze Family Center Ann Arbor offers activities for kids of all ages and their families. Stop on by to see if you have what it takes to be a Little Scientist. http://www.lamazefamilycenter.org
How do vibrations become sounds, and sounds become music? Find out by getting up close and personal with the instruments of the orchestra! The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra’s Instrument Petting Zoo provides hands-on fun with musical instruments! With the help of trained “zookeepers,” kids get the chance to bow a violin, pluck a cello, buzz into a trombone, or wiggle their fingers on a flute...
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