Programs and Classes

STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. As our global society moves into the future, it becomes increasingly important for young minds to develop an interest and skills in these areas, without sacrificing existing educational standards. At Imagine That! it is our enduring goal to inspire curiosity and develop skills in all age groups and members of our community. 

 

Robotics

Students learn to assemble, power, and code VEX robots, testing and creating new iterations to improve on their creations!

Gross Science: Body and Biology

Students create models of blood, mucus, and intesitnes and as they learn how their bodies function, allowing them to move, learn, and play.

Gross Science: Body and Biology

Students create models of blood, mucus, and intesitnes and as they learn how their bodies function, allowing them to move, learn, and play.

Gross Science: Body and Biology

Students create models of blood, mucus, and intesitnes and as they learn how their bodies function, allowing them to move, learn, and play.

Math and Magic

One of the most popular events is our Dungeons and Dragons club! Students get to participate in a collaborative storytelling game while they learn problem solving, practice math skills, and further develop empathy.

Distance Learning

Of course, students also spend their time at Imagine That! completing their distance learning. Our Museum Educators and staff are always nearby to help with homework and other issues. Top-speed WiFi, extra chromebooks and headphones, and a charging station help ensure students stay prepared and connected during their schooling.

Distance Learning

Of course, students also spend their time at Imagine That! completing their distance learning. Our Museum Educators and staff are always nearby to help with homework and other issues. Top-speed WiFi, extra chromebooks and headphones, and a charging station help ensure students stay prepared and connected during their schooling.

Museum Exploration

During shorter breaks, students may choose to eat a snack, create in our art room, or explore and play on one of our many exhbits. The exhibits remaining have all been selected for our ability to keep them sanitary and spaced out while we host our students.