Circles are pretty amazing shapes. If you look around, you’ll see that they are everywhere: in the wheels of a car, the clock on the wall, the tortillas on your table, and the Frisbees and tops you play with.
Coming to Stepping Stones Museum for Children in September, Secrets of Circles invites visitors to climb into a circular boat, play and pretend in a market full of circles from around the globe and make objects spin using colorful gears. Featuring eighteen hands-on components, the highly-interactive Secrets of Circles inspires children and adults to ask questions and investigate the answers as they explore the math, science, and engineering of circles.
Secrets of Circles was developed by the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose and travels nationwide courtesy of Marvell Semiconductor and Brocade Communications Systems.
Traveling exhibits presented locally by Xerox Foundation.