Be inspired to see glass in a new light with these hands-on activities for all ages. Continue learning wherever you are by solving a science puzzle, practicing your glassblowing skills, creating glass-inspired art, and more.
Cozy Up with Story Time
Brighten your day and practice counting as Museum Executive Director and President Karol Wight reads her Paperweight Pals book. You'll explore shapes, colors and numbers through paperweights from the Museum's collection in this fun children's book.
Explore Science and Art with Bubbles
Who doesn't love bubbles? With this hands-on activity the whole family can enjoy, you'll create bubble art and discover how changing a few ingredients can make a big difference. Plus, you'll explore how glass and soap bubbles aren't as different as you might think. Download the step-by-guide here.
Construct a Masterpiece Inspired by Chihuly
This Dale Chihuly-inspired school project is a wonderfully colorful task that will brighten up your day and take care of some old recycling at the same time.
Solve a Science Puzzle
Have you recently stepped into the teacher’s shoes at home? Here's a science puzzle that’s sure to help.
Learn what a Cartesian Diver is and how to make one at home.
Learn How to Gather - No Glass Required
For this activity, all you’ll need are two items: honey and chopsticks. World-renowned glass artist Bill Gudenrath demonstrates how you can learn the techniques of gathering glass at home. Plus, you’ll learn more about glass blowing too.
Create Candy Glass
If the last two child-friendly activities didn’t do the trick, this one certainly will. Combining two of our favorite things: glass and candy.
Make some decorative ornaments to hang around the house, and when you’re feeling peckish they’ll be close to hand.