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There's a fun game I played when growing up - Operation! Don't touch the sides! It took a very steady hand to get anything out, but that made it more ...
So my assistants this week are in search of the legendary Bigfoot (aka Sasquatch), believed to roam the woods of the Pacific Northwest. The only problem is that they are ...
What’s a Gear to Do?
We have a new component in our How Does It Work? exhibit at the Children's Museum of Houston - a Gears Table! Gears are a type of simple machine, basically wheels ...
The Way the Cookie Crumbles
Meet Back Jower, special investigator for CTU (the Cookie Theft Unit) and no relation at all to any Fox-related programs like 24 nor its characters. He's hot on the trail ...
Such a Leech
GROSS OUT WARNING - this O Wow Moment episode from the Children's Museum of Houston contains actual footage of a leech feeding off of its favorite food - blood! Meet Edward ...
Feeding Our Leeches
GROSS OUT WARNING - this Wowie from the Children's Museum of Houston contains actual footage of leeches feeding off of their favorite food - blood! In a recent O Wow Moment ...
I Got That Sinking Feeling
Here at the Children's Museum of Houston, we have a great exhibit called FlowWorks where kids can explore the properties of water including building boats and floating them downstream. But ...
I Got No Stains On Me
Dr. Blot, the evil supervillian determined to make all clothing as stained as his evil soul, has captured two of Mr. O's lab assistants and sealed them inside the Children's ...
In the final installment of our series on electricial circuits, we complete our exploration of the Circuits component in How Does It Work at the Children's Museum of Houston. As ...
All in a Series
In our third installment of this O Wow Moment video series from the Children's Museum of Houston where we are exploring electrical circuits, we begin to form more complex circuits. ...
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