Mini-Me Science is a monthly program at Frost Science designed for you and your little one (children ages four and younger) to share experiences that engage the senses while promoting exploration and discovery through hands-on activities that are specifically designed for early learners.

At Frost Science, we think that it is never too early to spark a curiosity for science and recognize that young, developing minds benefit from opportunities to play and explore in safe, educational environments.

Mini-Me Science sessions take place on select dates and last approximately 30 minutes. All sessions are facilitated by science educators and include all materials and supplies related to the activity, unless otherwise specified.

Cost: $12 for non-members/ $10 for members
Cost is per child (including infants) and includes admission for one adult caregiver (see note below re: additional adult participants). Children ages four and younger only. Museum admission is required and must be purchased separately to participate. Space is limited; advanced purchase is required.

Additional adults and older siblings may be able to participate dependent on the monthly activity and space capacity for an additional registration fee. Please refer to the specific monthly activity for additional details.

Mini-Me programs begin promptly at 10:30 a.m. We recommend guests arrive 15 minutes prior to program start time (museum opens at 9:30 a.m.). All sales are final. No refunds, returns or exchanges.

Upcoming Mini-Me Science Sessions


Color Me Green
March 17, 2019 (Register Now – Registration closes March 14 at 5:30 p.m.)

In celebration of St. Patrick’s day we are exploring the colors of the rainbow and focusing on one of our favorite colors: green! We will use our senses to identify how the color green is present around us before experimenting with color mixing in water, ice and more to form the color green from other colors in the rainbow. Little ones will then put their mixing skills to the test to form a green bubbling reaction! Warning: this may get a little messy!