Do your kids take apart their fidget spinners to see how they work? Do they mix lotions and soaps and glue to make slime? Have you donated a bottle of vinegar, baking soda and soap to your children to do science experiments in the backyard? If yes, then you probably already know this, but you’re living with a small scientist, and we have some good news for you.
Mad Science is hosting weekly, free summer camps at Garden State Plaza that feature science experiments designed to capture your kiddo’s attention and engage his or her mind. They’re held every Wednesday and Saturday at 11 a.m. from July 8 to August 30 on the 2nd floor between Macy’s and Ruby Tuesday.
Did you hear that? Admission is free (FREE), but the organizers recommend you arrive 15 minutes before the event to snag yourself a seat. And they offer VIP packages for $10 that include a make-and-take craft, a light-up fidget spinner (wait, what?!), a coupon for a free meal at Chick-Fil-A and a children’s movie ticket. And all of the VIP package proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
So, this summer, before they’ve had a chance to take your TV remote control apart, again, take them to a Mad Science Camp where they’ll learn how to make snow, cotton candy, moon sand, sonic horns, slime, tornado tubes and bouncy balls. Mark it on your calendar now because there’s some fun learning to be had.
Mad Science Summer Camp Garden State Plaza One Garden State Plaza Paramus, NJ 07652 201-843-2121