Rockets were flying, catapults launching and robots were buzzing about as more than 1,000 East Texans were enjoying science in the sun on Saturday at the Tyler Mini Maker’s Faire, hosted by the Discovery Science Place.

“They’re gonna learn best if they actually see it, touch it feel it,” Pam Crabtree said. Crabtree was at the faire with her daughter, Sarah, 10, and Girl Scout Troop 5494 of Whitehouse. The girls were blasting off rockets and trying to encase themselves in giant bubbles.

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