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The DoSeum is a place where interactive fun and hands-on learning come together—a place where minds are always at play. During your visit, our exhibits, programs, and classes will encourage young minds to explore the joy of learning through connections to STEM, the arts, and literacy, but curiosity and exploration don't have to end when you leave!
Explore our DIY Activities, Storytimes, and Questions from Kids that were created for you to DO at home and stay connected with your family while keeping minds at play in between your visits!
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The Moon brings us light at night, affects the ocean's tides, and is visible almost every night, but why can we sometimes see the Moon during the day? Dr. Richard will explore Cayden’s question in this week’s Ask A Doer! Grab your space suit and join us before we blast off into space and answer: How come you can sometimes see the moon during the day?
Diameter – The length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle to touch both sides.
Reflection - When a light ray hits a surface and bounces off.
Solar System - The solar system includes the Sun, the Earth (where you are now!), and all of the other planets, asteroids, and comets that go around and around it.
Is there a question your kids want as a DOer? Send your kids' questions to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured in our Ask A DOer Series every Friday at Noon! Be sure to include their name and age, video submissions are encouraged.
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