Ontario Science Centre Biomechanics Giveaway

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Surrounded by technology it’s easy to forget that nature offers its own mechanics. The new exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre, Biomechanics: The Machine Inside, explores this and we have a perfect giveaway to celebrate.

Running until May 7, the Biomechanics: The Machine Inside offers visitors a number of hands-on exhibits, live and simulated models to help families better understand how amazing natural engineering is. How nature evolves and adapts to survive in the world. The exhibit also reminds us how nature inspires design and mechanics in our everyday life.

Thanks to the Ontario Science Centre, we have one (1) Biomechanics Bundle to giveaway to one (1) EverythingMom reader consisting of:

  • General Admission to the Ontario Science Centre for up to 5 people
  • Biomimicry: Inventions Inspired by Nature(hardcover)
  • 1 Ty Cheetah (small)
  • 1 500-piece giraffe puzzle
  • University of Waterloo notebook and pen
  • Ontario Science Centre swag

For a chance to win let me know in the form below let me know how you encourage exploration and discovery within your family.

One (1) #WeirdScienceTO bundle is available to be won. Contest closes April 23, 2017 and is open to Canadian residents only. Winner must be within the Toronto area in order to claim prize. No transportation is provided. Please see full contest rules.

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7 thoughts on “Ontario Science Centre Biomechanics Giveaway”

  1. I like to give them some hands on learning,and let them be creative.They have many great books to show them how to do different projects. We like to go to different places like the Ontario Science Centre and some great museausms and places like this to learn too.

  2. Mostly by example. We have lots of hobbies and encourage and help our own child to learn to investigate their own interests (ie we give them the tools). Also, lots of travel, because it opens your eyes to new things.


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