Step Into Brain: The Inside Story

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From the science of the circus to the mechanics of rock and roll, the special exhibits at the Ontario Science Centre are always interesting and entertaining. The most recent exhibit, Brain: The Inside Story (running until March 29, 2015) is no different and we want your family to experience the exhibit first hand.

The brain is fascinating and even more so to our family since working with Sick Kids Hospital on a research project on the frontal lobe systems in preterm children (post to come). If you think learning about the brain won’t stimulate the kids, Brain: The Inside Story includes a number of hands-on exhibits.

Explore how your brain processes language, organizes the visual world, and stores memories. Thanks to the folks at the Ontario Science Centre one (1) EverythingMom reader can win a family pass (for four) plus a Smart Lab Squishy Brain to extend the exploration at home.

Ont Science Centre Brain Giveaway

For a chance to win simply comment in the form below letting me know the last time you visited the Ontario Science Centre.

One (1) Ontario Science Centre Family Pass and Smart Lab Squishy Brain is available to be won. Contest closes February 28, 2015 and is open to Canadian residents only. Winner must be within the GTA area in order to claim prize (transportation is not provided). Please see full contest rules.

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29 thoughts on “Step Into Brain: The Inside Story”

  1. I think I have been once when I was a child and our class went for a trip , I cant say when that was though lol … long enough that I cant remember how old I was

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  2. The last time I visited the Ontario Science Centre was when I was in Girl Guides. Wow that would be about 25 years ago!!! I bet it’s changed quiet a bit since my last visit. My 5 and 7 year old would LOVE it. They are budding scientist as all kids should be : ) Thanks for the chance to win this for them.

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