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Sid the Science Kid Movie Premiere & Morning of Science

180 Days Logo Bring your children for a fun-filled morning of science! Activities will include a breakfast buffet, science demonstrations, a robot building craft, raffles, and a screening of Sid the Science Kid: The Movie.

Sid the Science Kid: The Movie follows Sid and his friend Gabriela through their adventure in The Super Ultimate Science Museum. After winning a science fair contest for creating an awesome science experiment, Sid and Gabriela are named “Junior Investigators” and get a special viewing of the new museum before it opens to the public. Once there, they meet quirky scientist Dr. Bonabodon, voiced by guest-star Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), who has designed robot tour guides of the future, including Bobbybot, his greatest creation. When Sid and Gabriela are introduced to Yangyang and Niuniu, the impressive big-kid “Future Scientist” contest winners from China, they start to wonder if they really know their science stuff. Together the four pals observe giant honey bees, investigate robots, and even encounter a giant singing Tyrannosaurus Rex. But after their robot tour guide short circuits, Sid, Gabriela, Yangyang, and Niuniu have to work together and use science to try to save the day. Together, they learn that you can be a scientist at any age and that thinking like a kid is sometimes the best way to solve a problem!


Event Details
While Sid the Science Kid is targeted at 3-6 year-olds, the whole family is welcome to attend! Add to the fun: have your child arrive dressed like Sid and receive a special certificate. Details on Dressing Like Sid (PDF).

WFSU presents this screening at the Challenger Learning Center/IMAX Theater (200 South Duval Street, Tallahassee - directions and information on parking) on Saturday, March 30, 2013. The event will be held from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, with activities and breakfast from 9-10:30 am. The movie premiere begins at 10:30 am.

This is a free event, open to the public. If you have any questions please contact Sarah Mesterton-Gibbons, sem11e@my.fsu.edu.


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