Hello and welcome to the Mop Top Shop! My name is “Mop Top” and I am the “Hip Hop” Scientist. Meet my best friend “Lollipop." Can you guess why we call her Lollipop? She really likes candy and especially lollipops, but of course all of the candy she eats is "sugar-free," because she wants to stay healthy. How about you?
Our new friend is "Flip Flop.” He loves to skateboard, but what we all love most is learning about and using technology. Our “hip hop” Science Shop is also a great place to learn about lots of great people. The “hip hop” Science Shop is an educational program that offers Mop Top Storytime
, after-school, track-out
, and summer camp programs
in math, technology and science. Also, we are an interactive
multimedia website designed and created by Jackie Johnson
, the founder. Here, you will learn about some very important people and how their work has impacted our lives. To navigate
the Science Lab, simply roll over an object with your mouse and when the cursor becomes a finger, click on the object and see what happens. Remember to visit the Activity Center
where you can draw and play games. This site is best viewed using the browser Windows Internet Explorer (IE)
6.0 or higher version), and do not forget to click the "and more...
" button on the blue navigation bar to view more scientists. Also, we want you to be a part of the Mop Top Shop Book Club
. Choose one of our favorite books. After reading the book of your choice, email or write us
here at the Mop Top Shop. Tell us a little about the book you have chosen as well as how and why you enjoyed the book from the Mop Top Shop Book Club. A winner will be chosen each month to receive a prize from the Mop Top Shop
. We cannot wait to hear from you! We hope you enjoy the “Hip Hop” Science Shop. Have lots of fun! Remember, we at the Mop Top Shop "Believe in You." We Know You Can!
© 2003 "Mop Top" Jackie Johnson. All Rights Reserved. © 2004 "Lollipop" Jackie Johnson. © 2009 "Flip Flop" Jackie Johnson. All Rights Reserved.
© 2007-2012 "Mop Top" the "Hip Hop" Scientist Celebrates African-Americans in the Sciences Website. Jackie Johnson. All Rights Reserved.