Virtual Fun Roundup: An Outer Banks storytime, all about Pluto and a focus on owls
Posted May 27, 2020 8:02 p.m. EDT
Get inspired and learn a little something in these family-friendly videos from museums and destinations across North Carolina.
Nano Film with Marbles
Are there any colors in clear nail polish? Shenette with Marbles answers this question in one of Marbles' daily doses of play this week.
Learn About Pluto
Morehead Planetarium answers big questions about Pluto, including why it got booted from the planet club.
Learn about the trees all around and take part in sketching and writing activities during this video from the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences.
Black Ink Chromatography
This bite-sized science activity from the Museum of Life and Science focuses on chromatography, which is the separation of mixtures.
Owl Eyes and Telescopes
Learn all about owls and why humans are actually the animals with the best night vision. It's from the Greensboro Science Center.
Discovery Place in Charlotte shares this lesson on air pressure.
Messages from the Sea
The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum on the Outer Banks offers up this virtual storytime, a reading of "Messages from the Sea," by Mary Ellen Riddle.