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Science in St. Louis logo
Science in St. Louis logo
in Program Models

Since 2015, residents have been heading to the library to hear the latest research in dinosaurs, crime labs and more.

Astronomy Week, March 6-10
Astronomy Week, March 6-10

With a total solar eclipse coming soon, now is the time to kickstart your library's STEM offerings.

Kids playing with Magna-Tiles
Kids playing with Magna-Tiles
in Program Models

Simple magnetic building tiles called Magna Tiles allow kids to build whatever they can imagine.

Teacher instructs kids on how to use robot
Teacher instructs kids on how to use robot
Blog by Jenn Carson

Introducing Cubetto, a wooden robot that can teach young kids the basics of coding — without a screen.

LEGO WeDo Hungry Alligator
LEGO WeDo Hungry Alligator

How do you circulate 40 robotic LEGO kits to 31 branches without losing the pieces — and your mind?

A neuron made out of candy
A neuron made out of candy

Skokie Public Library has created a sugar-coated program to teach kids about the brain.

An instructor teaches a little girl about nature.
An instructor teaches a little girl about nature.

For a successful kids' program, you just need simple activities, curiosity and a willingness to get dirty.

Display of books about sharks and a laptop
Display of books about sharks and a laptop
in Program Models

The “I Survived” young adult book series provides the basis for STEAM programming at a Missouri public library.