When Schools and the IMAG History & Science Center Are Temporarily Closed, IMAG@HOME Is Open

When Schools and the IMAG History & Science Center Are Temporarily  Closed, IMAG@HOME Is Open

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.

When Schools and the IMAG History & Science Center Are Temporarily  Closed, IMAG@HOME Is Open

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.

When Schools and the IMAG History & Science Center Are Temporarily  Closed, IMAG@HOME Is Open

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.

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