STEAM Club lets students take control of what the club will explore based on their interests. For eight weeks, STEAM Club will conduct experiments and complete projects involving different areas of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Together, club members may decide to explore chemical reactions, code robots, launch rockets, or study animals; the possibilities are endless! Plus, each week students will learn how to work together to put the team in STEAM.
Dates and Times
Thursday Evenings, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Eight (8) total sessions scheduled as follows:
Grades K – 3 (ages 5–9)
Sarah has been with Da Vinci Science Center since the summer of 2014. She started as a summer camp counselor, and now works as a Museum Education Coordinator. Sarah helps to coordinate programs such as summer camps, School's Out Science Camps, and STEAM Club. She studied at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in biological sciences. She loves studying animals, especially birds, and her favorite areas of biology are ecology and evolution.
Alexis has been at Da Vinci Science Center as a part-time educator since May of 2016. She’s taught sessions in summer camps, winter camps, sensory sensitive events, and STEAM club. She has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from East Stroudsburg University and is in the process of completing a Master of Science in occupational therapy at Moravian College. She enjoys working with kids and helping them find fun and creative ways to explore new things and problem solve.