Learn & Experiment at Children's Museum

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay is an interactive environment where children and adults can connect and where play inspires a passion for lifelong learning. We like to say, “it’s a place where children play to learn and parents learn to play.” Besides our interactive exhibits, we also offer daily drop-in programming, generally STEM and art related. Through these programs, children are able to explore and experiment in a non-threatening setting. Many times parents are just as enthralled and engaged as their children with the experimentation.

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Kelly Smith
Kick Summer Boredom

With summer almost halfway done (can you believe it!?), you may have noticed your child’s pent-up energy. A break from school is much needed, but boredom tends to creep into younger minds faster than we would like. Thankfully, there are great recreational opportunities during the summer that will engage and educate your child. Has summer camp crossed your mind?

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Megan Koenig
STEM Leads to a Bright Future

As a Career Coach, I get the opportunity to talk with Middle and High School students about all of the academic and career options that exist for them after high school. One thing I encourage students to do is to make an informed decision by considering their skills, values, interests, and maybe most importantly, researching the current and future job outlook. STEM careers in Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin, and the rest of the country are booming, and are forecasted to continue to grow for the foreseeable future. 

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Megan Koenig
Happy Spring!

April showers bring May flowers… Or in Wisconsin, it’s April, so bring out the snowplows!

After “Blizzard Evelyn” pummeled our state recently, we have massive snow drifts to contend with, making turns from residential streets oh so delightful!  And now with warmer temperatures, that snow is melting, and fast.  So what happens to all that water after the snow melt? A phenomenon you may not have thought about since high school science class happens: Runoff. 

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Kelly Smith
24HrTechTank

Welcome to the Greater Green Bay STEM Network’s blog! In the last 16 hours, we discussed everything from website content to “word bacteria” and have collectively consumed more than 60 cups of coffee.

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Megan Koenig