Code Cracking, Cryptograms, and Other Mysteries

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Science Adventure: Code Cracking, Cryptograms, and Other Mysteries

Audience: Students , Grades 3 - 5 (In or Completed)
Description:Who doesn’t love a mystery? You can make up some of your own mysteries and learn to be a problem solver to solve others’ mysteries. You’ll also explore how codes and cryptograms have been used to communicate throughout history.
Fee:$28/person