BOREDOM BUSTERS

BOREDOM BUSTER BAGS are still available to purchase! 

$20+tax REACH Member/$25+tax Non-member

 

The REACH Museum Education team gathered some of their favorite spring activities into a kit for you to take home! Boredom Buster bags contain instructions and supplies for a variety of STEAM and REACH-related fun, suitable for elementary-aged kids with some adult help. Investigate flowers, sprout some seeds, feed the hummingbirds, create your own unique art supplies, and make a mini robot to help you use those art supplies…these are just some of the projects for curious kids you’ll find in the bag. 

Take home science in a bag today!

 

PURCHASE BAG(S) ONLINE

Non-Members: $25+Tax

PURCHASE HERE

Once you have purchased your bag(s), you can pick them up at the museum during our Opening Hours.


REACH Members: $20+Tax

To purchase at the REACH Member cost, please contact Dianna at 509.943.4100 x103 to purchase your bag(s) directly. 

 

NOTE:   At this time, we are not able to make any after purchase price adjustments with purchases made online.

VIDEOS

FOLLOW ALONG WITH SOME DIY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS YOU CAN DO FROM HOME!

Click HERE to see the video tutorials!

ACTIVITIES

FUN ACTIVITIES & CRAFTS TO DO AT HOME!

Click HERE to see the list of activities!

WINTER BOREDOM BUSTERS

Enjoy these fun STEAM learning activities from the REACH Education team. Most are suitable for elementary age and up, with some adult help needed.

  • Finger knitting: No needles required! You can also get instructions on our Boredom Busters Video page.
  • Birdfeeder: This winter craft will help feed the birds.
  • Paper snowflakes: Learn the science of snowflakes with this craft and coloring page. Find video instructions on our Boredom Busters video page.
  • Cardboard Gingerbread House: Reuse a box for this creative “candy” house that never gets stale.
  • “Snow” Recipes: Print, cut in half, and assemble this recipe book for snowy science fun. There are also video instructions for some of these recipes on our videos page.
  • Fur, Fat, Feathers: Learn how animals stay warm during the cold.