Website review by Emily Pohlonski, Common Sense Media
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age 9+

A blast of fun could propel museum science site to stars.

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age 6+

Enjoyable and Educational

This website has much scientific related content and it is fun for children. Adults can learn from the videos and games as well. I highly suggest at least trying it.
age 10+

Entertaining and Informational

This website is easy to understand but sometimes it is hard to use. Sometimes it is hard to find your way around places (Delia, 9). It doesn't have any bad words or violence but some of the games it asks you to download. It also has a lot of words. (Savannah, 9) I think the website is entertaining and informational so it's good because it has a little bit of both (Ella, 8). I think the colors and patterns on the website were appealing to the eye. (Agatha).

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