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30
October
2013

A New Look in little kidspace

We have been so pleased with the reception of the second phase of renovations to little kidspaceĀ®, which opened in late September. Driving the renovation is COSI's desire to stay current with best practices to continue to provide high quality, developmentally appropriate experiences for our guests, as we recognize the importance of the first years in a child's life.
Photo of little kidspace.
23
October
2013

What's a Sundog?

Leaving work yesterday, a co-worker and I discovered something strange happening in the sky. I'll be the first to tell you that I'm not so amazing with the earth sciences but luckily we were walking out with a few people who are and were told that we were looking at a "sundog." Curious by nature, I had to figure out what that meant exactly.
Photo of a sundog.  Copyright Jaclyn Reynolds
14
October
2013

Upcoming events for inspiring innovators and entrepreneurs

Started Friday morning at OSU's Wake Up Start Up event and got to hear a pitch from Dr. Melissa Bailey for her IXM mobile eye exam concept. Dr. Bailey works with COSI as part of our Labs in Life. This gave her access to lots of COSI guests as subjects to gather her normative data. We're glad to be a part of this innovative entrepreneurial idea.
10
October
2013

COSI Management Geeking Out

I am a proclaimed Geek. No apologies.

With one of my degrees in Physics I watch Big Bang Theory faithfully and say "those are my peeps!"

Can't say the same for some of the talented members who make up the diversity of our Vice Presidents helping support COSI's team. They love and are dedicated to COSI, but I don't think any of them ever got excited and built their own stereo or mess around at home with Robot kits.
Gadgets Cafe Demonstration
27
September
2013

September 19th Preschool Outreach: Build It!

On September 19th, during the Preschool Outreach, Build It, children had the opportunity to inquire about building and construction. They measured and compared attributes of objects such as length or weight.  Children explored shapes, including their relative positions and the idea that smaller shapes can be put together to build something larger. Additionally, children practiced counting and cardinality. Let's take a look at  their exploration.

September 19th Preschool Outreach: Build It!
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