The Jewish Children’s Museum is inviting children and “children at heart” to travel through the colorful journey of crayon making. Participants will be able to collect carnauba wax, beeswax, and cacao butter from the fields, and watch as the wax is melted together turning into the vibrant colorful crayon that children all love. The discovery is educational and playful where each child takes home the crayon they created. Hop on over, to the space “where time stops & adventure begins”! The complete process of creating crayons is explored in an engaging way, as children join this fascinating journey and partake in the fun Let the color explode in front of your eyes! Join the Jewish Children’s Museum June 21 –August 26, 2021, as we Launch to Space in the Science Lab. Visit our website https://www.jcm.museum/upcoming-programs/ , for more information and booking your ticket.
Venue: Jewish Children's Museum
792 Eastern Pkwy
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