HONOLULU Family - Spring 2019 March 8, 2019 Admin Staff - Sean Bova CraftsHomegrown Science: Rock Candy Geodes Honolulu Family Team, The Science Excessive amounts of sugar mixed with water create a supersaturated solution. When heated, molecules in the solution collide and stick to one another. This crystallization process is called nucleation.… Free Fun: 6 Hawai‘i STEM Events That Make Learning Fun for Your Keiki Honolulu Family Team, Photo: Courtesy of the University of Hawai‘i Institute for AstronomyInstitute for Astronomy Open House Astronaut Lacy Veach Day of Discovery Science-based workshops and interactive displays for students in third grade and older. Typically held in late October at Punahou School.… Decoding Robotics: Everything You Need to Know About Hawai‘i STEM Programs Jennifer Carlile Dalgamouni, Photo: Courtesy of Play-Well TEKnologiesPlay-Well TEKnologies Visit Mānoa Elementary School any weekday afternoon and you’ll find a couple of dozen students coding and driving robots on large tables in the library. “We’re making a 5-to-1 torque lift,” says 10-year-old Jackie… People & ProfilesCool Jobs: What It’s Like Being a Water Slide Tester at Wet’n’Wild Hawai‘i Jackie M. Young, What does your child want to be when he or she grows up? In every issue of HONOLULU Family, we talk with people about their interesting jobs in Hawai‘i. This month, meet the man who spends his day on water slides. Good Reads: 6 New Books to Read in Spring 2019 Honolulu Family Team, Chloe, 3 Dandy by Ame Dyckman Photos: Aaron K. Yoshino Her mom: “Sweetie the lion club makes friends with a dandelion that sprouts on her Daddy’s lawn. Daddy realizes that his lawn isn’t going to be perfect, and Sweetie’s happiness means… 2019 Summer Programs Guide Honolulu Family Team, Click here for the 2020 Hawai‘i Summer Programs Guide Cover kid Penelope with a mini horse at Therapeutic Horsemanship of Hawai‘i in Waimānalo. The nonprofit offers weekly horseback-riding camps through the beginning of August.