Category Archives: STEM

Chelsea Mammoth Exhibit Opening Soon

UMMNH - Mammoth Site Dig

Have you followed the story of the Mammoth bones found in Chelsea? They have been donated to the University of Michigan and will be on display at the Museum of Natural History. The new exhibit featuring the bones will be open beginning in November. Get the details below: “Chelsea” Mammoth Exhibit Opens November 5 at U-M Museum of Natural History Ann Arbor, […]

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Imagination Station – Wednesday Activity Review

Imagination Station - Wednesday Activity Review

Toledo’s Imagination Station is today’s Wednesday Activity Review. Each Wednesday this summer, Ann Arbor with Kids is covering an activity typically aimed at children in Elementary School.  I have heard good things about Imagination Station in Toledo for years, but we had never visited. Last week my daughter was attending Apple Camp at the Toledo Apple Store so we decided to extend our Friday trip […]

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“Star” Gazing This Week

International Space Station

This is a great week for “Star” gazing in the Ann Arbor area. Why do I have quotes around the Star? Because neither of the big sighting opportunities this week are for Stars. Tonight Mars will be visible and there are several upcoming chances to see the International Space Station. Mars Sighting I have to thank Facebook for inserting a notice about observing Mars […]

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MARVEL’s Captain America: Civil War – Girls Reforming the Future Challenge

We can’t wait for the arrival of Captain America: Civil War. My daughter is as excited about the movie as my husband and I are. As a female engineer myself and the mom of a daughter who loves science and math, I am thrilled that Marvel is once again launching a STEM program in conjunction with the movie’s release. (They […]

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