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 […]
The Maker Faire in San Mateo is the world’s largest do-it-yourself event, and the Explorabox crew was there in full force! We were able to demonstrate our electricity and magnetism activities including the floating pencil, electric motor, and iron filing dishes. Of course our main attraction was the real-life angry birds game! Kids were able […]
A special Shared Adventures Day was held for children with disabilities at Watsonville Airport and we were grateful to have attended. An estimated 1,500 people to the airport to enjoy the day, check out the airplanes, and visit various booths. We were there and were one of the busiest booths! Many, many kids and parents came […]
Thanks for everyone who visited our hands-on booth at the 2010 Take Flight for Kids event, at the San Jose Reid/Hillview Airport on Saturday! We enjoyed meeting you all and had a great time sharing our Explorabox activities with you. It is rewarding to see so many young people and their families get excited about […]