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Want to inspire tinkering and creativity in your kids? Here are some book suggestions from the Scott Family Amazeum team.
Fayetteville Public Schools teachers learn the how and why of tinkering.
Amazeum staff members, educators learn how to solder.
We rounded off our first summer of Amazeum camps with STEAM Camp. We covered a different letter of the STEAM acronym each day: Science on Monday, Technology on Tuesday, Engineering on Wednesday, Art on Thursday, and Math on Friday. These photos offer a sneak peek into some of the exploration that took place at STEAM Camp!
We’ve all heard of ‘take your child to work day’. This summer at the Amazeum, we reversed this idea. We hosted a ‘bring your adult to camp’ week where four and five year olds had a chance to immerse their caregivers into the world of play.
The Science of Acting Camp, our second camp of the summer in partnership with Trike Theatre, drew from themes common to both science and drama to create a unique and collaborative program. This camp was a perfect example of a partnership program as it offered a little bit of everything for both the performer and the scientist in all of us.
During the week of July 21-25, 2014, the Amazeum partnered with Trike Theatre to offer our first ever partnership camp. Each morning during that week, we hopped on the Magic School Bus and let Mrs. Frizzle take us on a different journey each day. Children pre-k through 2nd grade looked at the same theme through a different lens at each of the three stations they visited—art, drama, and science.
The Amazeum created a big splash in Northwest Arkansas by partnering with the local public libraries during summer 2014. In June and July, we went out to 10 public libraries to give more than 1,400 people a sneak peek of the Amazeum’s hands-on style of exploring.
Today marked an important day in the construction schedule - the last major concrete pour of the ground floor!
Geometry: Things I learned in high school mathematics still come up in the most surprising ways!
Over the course of the last month, the 3rd grade students of Central Park Elementary brainstormed, designed, and created a wide variety of exciting exhibit prototypes.
Thank you to everyone who made last night?s 7th Annual Dancing with the Stars of Northwest Arkansas such an outrageous success!