In addition to our schools, attractions, some businesses, and other organizations in Southwest Florida, the IMAG History & Science Center is also temporarily closed in response to the coronavirus. The good news, however, is that IMAG@HOME is open and free online to students, parents, and kids of all ages.
The IMAG announces the introduction of IMAG@HOME online educational programming, instruction, and entertainment.
As leaders in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) and local history education, the IMAG is bringing the history and science center into the homes of many with a daily schedule of programs that entertain and nurture our intellectual curiosity and desire to learn. Think of IMAG@HOME as your “daily dose of history and science” in a new, fun digital way.
IMAG@HOME programs include STEM @ Home and Don’t Try This at Home segments, Meet the Keeper live animal encounters, Curator’s Corner history and cultural presentations, and Science on a Sphere shows portraying the science of the Earth and our solar system like planetary data for atmospheric storms, climate changes, ocean temperatures, and more. In addition, IMAG@HOME programming also includes other live interactive shows, experiments, and demonstrations; do-at-home activities; live streams and pre-recorded shows; and other fun things to do with kids at home.
Everyone is invited to participate and join in on the IMAG@HOME fun, learning, and activities on Facebook at IMAGHistoryScienceCenter and to visit the IMAG to get daily programming schedules as well as additional information at theIMAG.org.