Saturday, February 22, 2020 - 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
STEAM inserts arts into the acronym for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and it allows children to make connections between these subjects and their world through hands-on experimentation. These strategies have been developed to support schools who are often constrained by limited time and limited funding to “teach to the tests” and are not able to offer this type of practical learning to their students. In order to help fill this gap, Curious Kids’ Museum will offer additional hands-on learning opportunities through science and creative programming all year long!
FREE with Admission or Curious Kids’ Museum Membership
Admission- $6 per person, 12 months and older
Feb. 15 Let’s Build a Snowman
Feb. 22 President’s Day
Feb. 29 Animals Alive
March 7 Lego Bingo Join the Curious Kids’ Museum for a fun game of LEGO BINGO! Prizes will be awarded to the first child ages 2-10 who wins “BINGO” in each game. (Rules will be posted). The BINGO games are FREE and open to the public! No pre-registration is required. Please enter through the CKM south, side brown door. Game times: 1:00, 1:30, 2:00 and 2:30.
March 14 Green Can Be Fun Shamrocks everywhere…rainbow fun and hunting for the pot of gold is only a small part of this fun day!
March 21 Egyptian Head Dress Make believe you’ve gone back in time to one of the most amazing civilizations ever. Join us as we learn more about this culture and make your own Egyptian headdress.
Location:Curious Kids' Museum
415 Lake Boulevard
Contact:Cost: Free with regular admission ($6/person 12m and older)
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Curious Kids Museum
Organization: Curious Kids Museum
Organizer Phone: (269) 983-2543
Organizer Email: Not Provided
- Creative Activites
- STEM / STEAM
- The Lake: South Haven, Saugatuck, St. Joseph
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