In the 19th century British physician, John Ayrton Paris created a fun optical toy called the thaumatrope. He created it because he was curious about the retina and how long the human eye could hold an image. This Fourth of July have some festive fun by creating your own thaumatrope!Read More
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Are you looking for some fun activities to do this fall? Come explore with PBS! You can play games with Nature cat, or take care of baby animals with the Wild Kratt Brothers. We can teach you how to make lots of things like gooey slime, or a bird feader. Or, you can spend time this fall coloring pictures of Curious George and other characters of PBS Kids. We have a whole bunch of different games, crafts and activities for your children to enjoy!