The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum recently received a grant from the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor to support educational programming for Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Public Schools. The funding will bring the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum’s “Super Science and Math Days” programming to elementary and middle schools that serve low to moderate income students in these districts.
“The generous grant support from the Kiwanis Foundation for ‘Super Science and Math Days’ will provide local schools with a great tool for engaging students and exciting them to learn about math and science,” said Mel Drumm, Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum executive director. “The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is committed to inspiring young minds to embrace STEAM (Science Technology Engineering, Art and Math) education through interactive learning.”
“Super Science and Math Days” are Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum outreach programs that serve students in grades K-8 with 10 hands-on, dynamic math and science activity stations that are tailored by grade-level and curriculum. The programs enrich the existing science and math curricula at public schools with hands-on activities that align with Michigan Science Grade Level Content Expectations.
Schools can select from three different “Super Science and Math Days” programs: Young Scientist Club, Science Variety Day and Super Math Day.
Through the Kiwanis grant, five schools in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti school districts will receive free “Super Science and Math Day” programs.
About the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum offers more than 250 interactive exhibits that spark the imagination to over 200,000 visitors every year. It also offers distance learning, outreach, field trips and other programming designed to educate, enrich and engage young minds. The mission of the Museum is to inspire people to discover the wonder of science, math, art and technology. Visit www.aahom.org or call 734.995.5439 for more information.