HOUSTON -- There's a growing need for engineers and scientists in Houston, and the Children's Museum of Houston is trying to do its part.
While other kids were spending their summer hitting the pool or the beach, some children were at the museum Tuesday having their own fun and learning.
it s really cool, said 12-year-old Mariana Velandia. I like how it makes it do that by touching it. It s like a remote control and I just have to touch it.
Velandia was talking about oe of the cool investions they were working on at the new Chevron Maker Annex at the Children s Museum of Houston.
The activities designed to teach kids about science, technology, engineering and math.