These are just few examples of why we work with Explorabox: Young volunteers learning and explaining sciences to kids and parents alike A young Volunteer explaining “Eddy Currents” to adults A young volunteer setting up Gauss Cannon with the help of other volunteers We overheard a Dad saying, ” We cannot afford it, […]
The Maker Fair was a big success and fun for us. Thanks to our volunteers, we had three types of Exploraboxes ready, namely Magnetism, Electricity and Small Things. Many parents donated money to get the Exploraboxes. The money will be used to give science kits to the kids who cannot afford one. Kids and Grown ups […]
We had a fun afternoon at Rocket Fuel ( www.rocketfuel.com) , an upcoming startup. For the “bring the kids to work” day, they invited us to let the kids explore using exploraboxes. With the help of volunteers and parents, kids had a wonderful time enjoying the pleasures of science activities.
On March 20th at Salby Lane school ( in Redwood city CA), we had a hands on Exploration of the Magnets, Electricity and Plants. With 15 volunteers of all ages and background, kids had a blast with SCIENCE. Over 150 low income students participated and had fun. This is what the PTA head said: ” Thank […]
Explorabox was at the workshop weekend in Oakland, and held two 2-hour long workshops on magnetism and electricity. Lots of fun was had by all! Attendees learned to build various anti-gravity machines, electromagnets, and motors. Everyone who came took home two explorabox kits. We hope to do more workshops in the future, and will expand […]