Science Explorers: Hands-on Science/STEM 

Virtual, weekly one-hour enrichment program
For curious children ages 4 - 12 years old

Stephanie Rose

Science Explorers: Hands-on Science/STEM

Support your child's curiosity, and amazing questions, with hands-on Science/STEM at home. All classes taught live by STEM Inquiry's director, Stephanie Rose.

  • Virtual, weekly one-hour enrichment program
  • For ages 4 - 12 years old in different age bands
  • Highly engaging, hands-on, interactive
  • Problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, experimenting and enriching literacy and math connections
  • Materials included!

*See Current Schedule for recommended ages, dates and times.

My daughter is absolutely loving the Science Explorers class. She loves science, and with less science in school now, this class really fills a need. She really enjoys the tactile building and creating. She looks forward to more experiments!"

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Popular workshop topics include:

  • Investigations in the Outdoor Classroom
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  • Custom-tailored workshops to meet your school's needs. Contact us.

Spark curiosity and support science thinking — for children, families, teachers, and schools

About Stephanie Rose, Stem Inquiry Founder & Director:

“Stephanie is a thoughtful, responsive, talented educator who values what children have to say. She puts inquiry learning at the center of her work and encourages children to explore, discover, hypothesize and experiment.”

Amy Warden, Director, Brick Church School, NYC

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