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Facebook Live Programming: Creating Bouncy Ball Toy

Presented by Flint Children's Museum at Flint Children's Museum, Flint MI

Feb 18 2021
Facebook Live Programming: Creating Bouncy Ball Toy

Join Miss Andrea every Thursday for live activities, fun crafts, and cool experiments!

This super fun activity is also like an experiment too since Miss Andrea will be showing you how to create your very own bouncy ball toy.

How will you make your bouncy ball so that it goes high in the sky-make it a contest to see who can make a bouncy ball bounce higher in your family! Or try out different surfaces like bouncing it off a towel or wall.

ADMISSION INFO

New videos go live every Thursday at 3pm and are free for the public to watch and try on their own at home. Visit our event link above to see all of our virtual programming. You can also check out our newest series aimed towards parents of kids ages 3-5, Virtual Preschool with Miss Andrea which posts every Wednesday at 2pm.

Contact: 810-767-5437

Email: discovery@flintchildrensmuseum.org

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Flint Children's Museum

1602 University Ave, Flint, MI 48504

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Free parking next to the Flint Children’s Museum building, or in adjacent parking lot.

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