Our approach is based on proven research; that childrens’ best learning experiences come from actively designing, creating, interacting and inventing. Snapology activities encourage social skills and teamwork, while teaching science, technology, engineering, art, math and literacy concepts.
Snapology offers a variety of activities designed to reinforce core competencies and curricula being taught at each grade level. Our programs can be customized based on the # of children, age of children, time allotment and/or other special requirements. We adapt to your goals and objectives.
Snapology’s flexible curriculum allows teachers to adapt to the needs of each unique group of students while allowing children to progress and explore at their own pace. The curriculum is designed to benefit all students - gifted, traditional, and special needs students including sensory and autism spectrum.
STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Some organizations expand this acronym to STEAM to add Art education. Snapology is proud to say that all of our programs focus on STEM & STEAM learning concepts. In fact, Snapology programs qualify for use of STEM & STEAM grants provided to many schools, libraries and non-profit organization.
Educating children on STEM concepts has become a large focus in our school systems over the past few years, but many schools don’t have the resources to allow children explore these concepts in a fun, interactive manner. At Snapology, it is our mission to inspire children to pursue careers in STEM fields through educational play and hand-on learning at a young age.
Employers are increasingly seeking workers skilled in STEM areas. We're taking an active role in inspiring the next generation of scientists, engineers & mathematicians through excitement in these concepts at an early age. Through engagement in our programs, your children will increase their interest in doing well in school and become more interested in attending college.
Snapology was created by two sisters, Lisa and Laura Coe, who observed the love their children had for creative play using building blocks and other materials that snap together. The idea of offering enrichment classes and camps to teach science, technology, engineering, mathematics, art and literacy concepts excited them given both of their backgrounds in mathematics and science.