Louisville Science Center:  KidZone

Louisville Science Center: KidZone

Kids Are Natural Scientists
Children are experts at using play to experiment, discover, and inquire. Vehicles of exploration -the city bus, the two-story airplane, the ambulance, and the spaceship – are designed to incorporate role-playing and dramatic play, as well as providing zones for science-based learning.

AirWorks & WaterWays Science

Exploring Science-Based Play at DuPage Children’s Museum
AirWorks
and WaterWays present hands-on ways to discover the power, force, and beauty of wind and water.

Engineering Kids: DuPage Children’s Museum

Constructing STEM-based Play
The Engineering Kids exhibit gallery is designed to provide room for children to build their own experiences.

The Grow Project

The Grow Project

The Windfree Energy Initiative is an outstanding example of how public-private partnerships can work together to inspire our youth and make our city a better place to live, work and raise families. I commend Doug Snower and Charles Shenk of Windfree, Sharon and Peter Exley of Architecture Is Fun, and Principal Vinita Scott for their leadership and commitment to education.
~ Mayor Richard M. Daley, Mayor of Chicago.

 

Rochester Museum & Science Center

Rochester Museum & Science Center

Designing for Blue Sky Moments
The Carlson Inquiry Center, named for the inventor of the Xerox machine, is a place where scientific inquiry and STEM-based learning unfold.

Texas A&M Math and Science Education Center

Outdoor STEM-Based Laboratories
This learning facility houses informal, imaginative, and open-ended science and math labs for teacher training that is a departure from formal educational centers of its kind.

Playroom Design Thinking Featured on Houzz

Playroom Design Thinking Featured on Houzz

Engaging the Community
Since talking with Frank Lloyd Wright about playspaces isn’t possible (short of holding a seance), Houzz editor and fellow architect Bud Dietrich talked to the wife and husband design team of Architecture is Fun.