Mouse in the House

A red and orange exhibit table, with a green, white and yellow information panel on top, sits in front of a green and a blue wall. On top of the table are five black blocks, and a toy white mouse.
A red and orange exhibit table, with a green, white and yellow information panel on top, sits in front of a green and a blue wall. On top of the table are five black blocks, and a toy white mouse.

Structures can be built by interlocking pieces for strength.

How it works

Slide various puzzle pieces together, so they interlock and form a three dimensional mouse mansion!

Things to try or ask around the exhibit

Can you build a house for the mouse?

Finding the science in your world

The two odd pieces slide in last. If you are having trouble concentrating on a problem, it's a good idea to do a quick puzzle. This helps your brain to refocus and use different ways of thinking.