The Museum of Science & History’s signature early childhood program provides BIG learning for our youngest guests! Geared for children ages 3, 4 and 5, MOSH Molecules allows you and your child to explore STEM-based ideas and create memories in a safe environment.
Each lesson is offered on Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. and again on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.
Lessons are one hour long and build upon ideas learned in the previous class over the course of 4 weeks. Registration for a full, 4-lesson month is not required, but is encouraged for an enhanced educational experience. If you are interested in registering for the month series, click here.
Registration: $24.50 | Price covers both the guardian and child & and general Museum admission.
Theme: Happenin’ Habitats
Have you ever wondered what kinds of things baby dinosaurs, birds, and humans all need in order to survive and thrive? In this program series, you will learn about creatures from both the past and the present through their behaviors, fossils, and “homes.” Together we will investigate creatures’ features and discover how human needs are like those of our animal friends. During the program you will have guest visits from our Florida Naturalist Center, create model habitats for animals of the past and the present, and use your imagination to “make up” a future creature and its habitat to take home. You will gain knowledge about many forms of life on this planet and what all living things have in common.
All sales are final – refunds or credits will not be given to late or no-show groups.