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Storytime Science Summer Edition

Storytime Science Summer Edition

On Tuesdays from June 27th - August 30th Storytime Science will be expanding to families with children ages 2 to 8. Storytime Science is held at 10:30am  and includes a book reading focused a related activity.  We are inviting families to listen to a  story and then take part in activities…

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Ralph Baer 100 Celebration

Ralph Baer 100 Celebration

On Saturday May 21st at Arms Park in Manchester the community gathered to celebrate the centennial of inventor Ralph Baer's birth.  A new plaque was dedicated for the park.  The presentation was followed by activities at the SEE Science Center. The Arms Park event featured speakers highlighting Ralph's impact on…

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NH Teachers Honored

NH Teachers Honored

Just like the 2021 -2022 school year, our campaign to honor New Hampshire Teachers with a 2021 minted Christa McAuliffe coin is drawing to a close.  Thank you to everyone who honored a teacher who has made a difference and congratulations to the 111 teachers honored through this initiative. All…

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Pixel Art Challenge

Pixel Art Challenge

Join us in celebrating Ralph Baer's 100th Birthday by participating in the Pixel Art Challenge this spring. We are asking schools, businesses and other organizations to help us celebrate Ralph Baer’s 100th Birthday, by decking out your space with 8-bit wall or window art.  Participation is open to any group…

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Super Saturday Dual Pass

Super Saturday Dual Pass

Now you can visit both the Millyard Museum and the SEE Science Center at 200 Bedford Street in Manchester, NH with one pass for only $13! Purchase your Super Saturday Dual Pass at either location.  If you plan to visit SEE first, please make a reservation here by choosing that…

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Museums for All

Museums for All

The SEE Science Center has joined Museums for All, a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), administered by the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM), to encourage people of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum-going habits. The program supports those receiving…

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Join us in the “SEEing Strong Storms” project

Join us in the “SEEing Strong Storms” project

SEE is excited to announce the “SEEing Strong Storms” project joining science centers across the country in creating opportunities for our communities to prepare for the future.  Citizen Science We are inviting individuals and families is the Merrimack River valley to collect data to help scientists understand the sources of…

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Water Quality Testing

Water Quality Testing

Grades 3 and up: Participants are guided through water testing of locally collected samples and use critical thinking to compare data and discuss water quality issues. Featured: As a group, participants discuss what makes water good or bad and how different factors may impact the health of an ecosystem living…

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LEGO® Millyard Project

LEGO® Millyard Project

Learn more about the exhibit: LEGO® Millyard Project Looking for programing?  Call 699-0400 to discuss options with our educators.

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3-D Cells

3-D Cells

Grades 6-8: students discuss and consider cells and their components through hands-on lab activities. Featured: This program is offered through an exciting partnership with ARMI (Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute) established in Manchester to create an industry to produce replacement organs.  Participants in this program will create their own cell model…

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Ghostly Heart

Ghostly Heart

Grades 6-8: students discuss and consider the world of organ donation through hands-on lab activities. Featured: This program is offered through an exciting partnership with ARMI (Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute) established in Manchester to create an industry to produce replacement organs.  Participants in this program look at the world of…

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Chromatography butterflies

Chromatography butterflies

For Pre-K & K ages 3-6: Students will listen to a story and will make their own colorful butterflies using chromatography. Featured: This program features the book 10 Magical Butterflies by:Danica Mckeller.  After the story, students will receive an introductory lesson on separating and identifying mixtures that make up colors.…

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Introduction to Density

Introduction to Density

Grade K ages 4-6:  Students will be introduced to density andwhat makes an object sink or float (or flink, which is neither float orsink). Featured: Students will test out different objects to see what willsink or float. We will also use raisins and carbonated soda to create a reaction that…

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Geometric Shapes

Geometric Shapes

For Pre-K & K ages 3-6: Students will listen to a story and will make their own 2D and 3D shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows. Featured: This program features the book Tangled by: Anne Miranda. After hearing the story, students will learn different 2D shapes including square, rectangle, pentagon, triangle…

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Introduction to Chemical Reactions

Introduction to Chemical Reactions

Grade K ages 4-6:  Students will learn the basics of chemical reactions andperform hands-on activities to demonstrate what they have learned. Featured: Students will use baking soda and vinegar to conduct a chemical reaction. Students then use a chemical reaction between an Alka seltzer tablet and water to launch a…

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