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Wizards Laboratory

About Wizards Laboratory: Discover. Explore. Learn

Wizards Laboratory is a hub for fun and exciting activities that promotes children learning about science! Our lab is a place to discover, explore and learn about all of the cool ways that science and basketball mix. Basketball is an athletic and high–energy sport that involves a lot of physical activity, but there are so many factors of the game that relates to science. Explore our Wizards Laboratory to feed your curiosity about basketball and science!

Eposides with Mad Science

Science is cool! The Wizards have partnered with Mad Science of Washington to showcase mini video episodes each month about science and basketball. Check out these awesome episodes that cover a wide range of interesting concepts and use engaging hands-on activities. Be sure to visit back each month for new entertaining topics!

Episode 1: Center of Gravity

Episode 4: Calories

Episode 2: Energy

Episode 5: Motion

Episode 7: Pressure

Episode 3: Depth Perception

Episode 6: Polymers

Mad Science Summer Camp

Mad Science camps offer a daily combination of in-class discovery and exploration, outdoor games, physical activities, and hands-on application of the scientific principles presented. Your child will be able to see, hear, smell, and taste what science is all about. Campers create, build, and assemble a variety of take-home projects while exploring how science affects the world around us.

About Mad Science of Washington

Mad Science of Washington offers fun, hands-on science programs for kids in DC, Maryland and Virginia with birthday parties, after school-programs, summer camps, and more! We believe that fostering a love for science, technology, engineering, and math at a young age will give children the confidence they need to excel in these fields. For over 25 years, Mad Science of Washington has focused on designing experiments and activities that resonate with kids, allowing us to provide innovative, hands-on children's science programs to the DC area.

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Mad Science at Washington Wizards Kids Day