Moochie Kalala: A New Chicago-Based WTTW Show
Gather ‘round, budding chemists! Moochie Kalala Detectives Club's experiment this week is a FUN one!! THIS WEEK’S EXPERIMENT “Changing Colors” is from Moochie partner and scientist Nancy B. And it will definitely make things a little more colorful!
Keep the whole family entertained with these fun and free at-home science experiments from Educational Insights!
Watch Nancy B demonstrate how an acid-base indicator works, and see the the crazy colors you can create with simple household items like lemons and baking soda!
We actually conducted this experiment in our home during science a couple of years ago! IT WORKS!!
Here is another amazing at-home science experiment from Nancy B ! This one is all about an egg-cellent demonstration and the workings of air pressure? We have conducted this at-home science experiment as well. My kids LOVE Science and i do anything and everything they want to foster this love. Take a crack at this egg in a bottle science experiment to learn more!
If you are looking for more FUN at-home Science experiments to conduct this summer, be sure to visit
Amaze your children! Have fun with your children! Science is fun! Conducting Science experiments at home with your children will get them excited and interested in Science. If you have a child at home who may not have developed a love of Science yet, try some of Moochie Kalala 's Weekly experiment. Your kids will surely get the Science bug!
Moochi Kalala's Detectives Club is an educational show about two inquisitive children who are on a weekly quest to discover the truth behind their grandfather's crazy stories. Their missions take them to Chicago's fabulous museums to meet real scientists and gather the facts. Watch to see if tornadoes really can make skunks OR if Belugas do really sing!
Watch new episodes on WTTW Channel 11 on Saturdays at 7am and Sundays at 11am! OR
Keep the whole family entertained with these fun and free at-home science experiments from download individual episodes for keeps! Just $.99 per episode for 30-minutes of fact-finding adventures featuring Chiccago's great Museums & Scientists! This week’s 99-cent download – APES! Primatologist Steve Ross of Lincoln Park Zoo is just ape for Apes!
This “Science Detectives Week” kicked off a STEM-education movement taking place across Chicagoland through June. And “Moochie Kalala” partners are making it easy for local families to discover science with these awesome deals:
Did you see Frank Lloyd Wright Trust latest giveaway? Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is offering 1,000 two-for-one tickets on Mondays through June 30, 2015, to its Self-Guided Historic Neighborhood Walking Tour around Oak Park, home to the world’s largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings.
Use code “moochie”” when purchasing tickets.
This special is being offered during “Moochie Mondays” in celebration of Chicagoland’s new hit kids show, “Moochie Kalala Detectives Club.” Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Robie House is one of six Chicago museums and landmarks that star on the kids science show, which airs on WTTW Channel 11.
Oak Park is home to the world’s largest collection of Wright-designed buildings. Explore the Historic District surrounding the Home and Studio at your own pace on a self-guided audio tour. Tours feature the exteriors of a rich selection of architecturally significant buildings supplemented by archival photographs.
Tours daily, 9 AM – 4:15 PM. Tour Length: 40 minutes – 50 minutes
Admission: $15 adults; $12 students, seniors (65+), and military. Free tickets for children 3 and under.
Here's your opportunity to win The Moochie Kalala Prize Pack Giveaway!
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The Mooochie Kalala Prize Pack Includes – Moochie Kalala Detectives Club DVD (season 1), a Moochie Kalala badge, and a toy from Educational Insights.
Winner may select one of the toys below from Nancy B’s Science Club:
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