Welcome to Explore-It-All.org

The Official site for Explore-It-All Science Center...We bring the field trip to you!

Home Image for Explore-It-All.orge

xplore-It-All is a non-profit science center that brings creative and interactive science and technology programs to schools who request them. Since 1997, thousands of Maryland-area school children have experienced our exhibits, created and designed by former Montgomery County teachers, scientists and engineers.

     It is thanks to the generosity of community-minded individuals, who donate their time and money, that we are able to contribute to the scientific development of students in this community. On this site, we present details of our programs, contact information, as well as supplemental activities for students.

Click for More Information on our Robotics ProgramClick for more information on our Bridge ProgramClick for more information on our Planetarium Program

Current Projects

After School Clubs

Building Bridgesis pleased to offer After School Club workshops on Lego Robotics RCX One and Two, as well as one on Reverse Engineering.

 

Traveling Planetarium

Traveling PlanetariumExplore It All...in Space without leaving school! Our traveling Planetarium and Robotics workshop complements Astronomy, Magnets & Motors, and Electricity units. Meets MD, VA and DC Science Standards.

Robotics

Robotics ProgramLearn about robots, little hard working machines that are discovering planets, doing jobs we don't want to do, keeping us safe, and saving lives.

New! Family Science Events

Online ActivitiesTurn your schools Science Fair into an engaging event by providing a hands-on learning opportunity for your families.

.

Past Projects

Building Bridges

Building BridgesA traveling engineering exhibit developed to complement a unit on structures. Student teams of “engineers” problem solve at bridge stations and bridge design.

 

World of Whales

Past Project: World of Whales The students were sent on a virtual whale watch and given a whale watch log to engage them in their scientific expedition.

©  Explore-It-All Science Center | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Contact Us
Web Design & Development by BethesdaDesignWeb.com | CSS | XHTML | 508