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All Things STEAM

STEAM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in science, technology, engineering, art, and math that is integrated into real-world applications. What separates STEAM from the traditional science and math education is the blended learning environment and the practical application of the scientific method to everyday life. Take a look at these STEAM resources:

STEAM-Inspired Museums & Play Places
These local and regional museums, planetariums, and more allow kids to really see STEAM principals up-close and in action!

Where to Visit with a Dinosaur-Lover
Take a peek at all the local (and some regional) opportunities to get up-close and personal with fossils, dinosaur replicas, dig pits, and more!

10+ Planetariums with Public Programs for Star-Gazing
With an abundance of local options for planetarium visits and programs, studying the stars, planets, and the sky has never been more exciting! Check out our list of planetariums and other opportunities to entice, engage, and encourage the future astronomer in your family!

STEAM Classes, Camps, & Workshops
There are many after-school, weekend, and school break enrichment programs that can help keep kids focused on a STEAM education.

Museums, Museum, and More Museums
Like a throwback to encyclopedias of days past, museums offer a great place for STEAM education — often for free! Take a look at all the museums our area has to offer here.

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