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Families at SIGNTific event

SIGNtific

Take part in our British Sign Language family events led by Deaf presenters

SIGNtific Saturday for families

Saturday 3 June

13.30 Real McCoy (ages 7 and under)
Second Floor Studio, Level 2
All aboard for this interactive storytelling adventure. We'll find out about the life of Elijah McCoy, an inventor who changed the way trains work forever.

15.30 Numberjump (ages 5 and over)
Second Floor Studio, Level 2

From aeroplanes to enigmas, find out how mathematics affects our everyday lives by playing the Science Museum's exciting new board game, Numberjump. Compete against your family and friends in a race to the finish line.

Save Saturday 1 July in your diary for the next SIGNtific events:

13.30 Up, Up and Away (ages 7 and under)
Second Floor Studio, Level 2

Join us on a high-flying adventure through the clouds at this fun, interactive storytelling session. Hot air balloons, gliders and flying suits will all be explored and brought to life.

15.30 Numberjump (ages 5 and over)
Second Floor Studio, Level 2

From aeroplanes to enigmas, find out how mathematics affects our everyday lives by playing the Science Museum's exciting new board game, Numberjump. Compete against your family and friends in a race to the finish line.


All our Deaf-led events are voiceover interpreted and suitable for Deaf and hearing families.

Please note that these events are subject to change. Please check our website for the most up to date information.

These events do not have to be booked, but if you would like more information please contact: familyprogrammes@sciencemuseum.ac.uk

About SIGNtific

SIGNtific is a series of Deaf-led family events with voiceover interpreters that take place on the first Saturday of every month and during the holidays. Suitable for Deaf and hearing audiences.

free

Find out about our British Sign Language family events led by deaf presenters.