Nose and Tongue
Most people would easily associate the nose with smelling but it actually helps with tasting too. The human nose receptors are 10,000 times more sensitive than taste buds, so a delicious cookie simply would not taste as scrumptious without the nose. Join Museum Educator Crystal Mason for Science Saturday as she teaches children how to taste with both the tongue and nose.
Join us for days of discovery during Science Saturdays. These programs will ignite your children’s curiosity by presenting information and performing experiments relating to biological and physical sciences. All programs will be facilitated by our Museum Educator. It is recommended that children be of school age for this program.
11:00 – 11:30 a.m.
FREE! No pre-registration required