The children’s museum has a new exhibit. It’s beyond cool!
These tubes have air pushing through them and dampers you can open and close to make the airflow change directions. When you put a scarf or sponge ball in the tube it shoots through the hoses and come flying out of different opening, depending on which dampers you had closed. We could have played with that thing for hours, but we had to share with the other museum goers. We want one for the house. It was a blast!
Everyone was running around, catching balls and putting them back in so it was hard to get photos. The blurs are scarves and sponge balls as they fall from the shoots.
This table shot air out of those movable tubes and the balls would hover in the air stream.
Or as Jeremia likes to remember it, he uses “the force” to keep the ball up.
Ami loved this tube filled with tiny styrofoam balls. There was a knob he was turning to make the balls bounce to different sound waves.
Derek drew me an eggbird in the art corner. I love the bird and the man who drew him!
Jeremia built a tomb at the block table.
My favorite exhibit we played with that day was the giant prism box, because it was so much fun to photograph.
It was a long box full of mirrors with open ends on both sides.
We had a ton of fun! Thanks for the free passes Brooke!