Enter to win a Science Museum membership

All you need to do is comment on and share cool stuff from the Internet. I think you guys can handle that! (Added bonus: you and your kids will learn a little something while you’re at it.)

Turns out you don’t even have to leave the house to soak up serious knowledge from the folks over at the Science Museum of Virginia. If you haven’t already, check out Question Your World, a series of one-minute(ish) videos answering all kinds of stumpers like:

  • Can crocodiles climb trees?
  • Do animals need sunscreen?
  • Why do we have eyelashes?
  • How did zebras get stripes?
  • Can robots learn on their own?1

And if you do have the desire to experience the Science Museum “in the flesh,” viewers of the Question Your World series have the chance to win a free Supernova membership, which covers two adults and two kids and also gets you four Dome passes and four guest passes.2 To enter, all you need to do is watch a video, share it on social media, and leave a comment by August 2nd.

So hurry up! Get learnin’ and clickin’!

  1. This terrifies me. I haven’t watched it because I’m scared of what the answer will be. 
  2. A $99 value, dudes! 
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Valerie Catrow

Valerie Catrow is editor of RVAFamily, mother to a mop-topped first grader, and always really excited to go to bed.

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