It’s no secret we LOVE the Huntsville Madison County Public Library and all of it’s many branches! There’s no shortage to quality community programs they host for kids and families, and there’s tons of them in January 2017.
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If you have a kid that’s really in to science, technology, engineering, and math, but doesn’t have time or opportunity to explore those topics in a formal capacity, there are a lot of media resources out there that are engaging and fun and can feed their desire for STEM-based learning.
Reviews of great places by the kids who experienced them – our popular Kid Reporter series continues with a special summer camp review of Pine Ridge Day Camp. Plus, a special holiday offer!
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Something they want, something they need, something to wear, and something to READ! That’s what this list from a Huntsville librarian is all about – great books to give to kids.
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This book took me just three nights to finish. Find out why we’re reading “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” for our RCM virtual book club – and then make sure the title is on your “Gifts For Me” list!
Season two of Space Racers launches on Sprout TV this week, and Huntsville’s very own Space & Rocket Center is playing a huge role in promoting scientific literacy for your preschooler!
A Top Chef program brought some real STEAM into Riverton’s school cafeteria with the help of local farmers and students. But who’s cuisine reigned supreme?
October and Halloween is one of the BEST times to visit your branch of the Huntsville Madison County Public Library! There’s no shortage to quality community programs they host for kids and families.
One local Girl Scout’s story about how she used her passion for STEM to create an academic curriculum exploring GMO pros, cons, and misinformation.
This Thursday morning over 925 area second, third, and fifth grade students will be venturing to Huntsville High to attend the Next Great Americans Kickoff! Over 425 students attended a kickoff at Grissom High a couple of weeks ago. The Super Citizen Kickoff is civics come to life through Libby Liberty as she steps down from […]
Eureka! The Whole Family Will Love a Visit to the “Science of Archimedes” at the Space and Rocket Center
Rocket City Mom recently talked to Joseph Vick, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s museum education manager and director of homeschool programming, about the Rocket Center’s newest exhibit, “The Science of Archimedes”. Joseph is certified in K-12 education, and he has some tips on how to get the most out of this world-class exhibit, which […]