Why Snapology

Snapology is proud to be a premier partner for STEM/STEAM programs in hundreds of schools. Snapology works hand-in-hand with each school to supplement the curriculum and activity schedule.

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Why Partner with Us?

  • Choose from a wide variety of programs at affordable prices.
  • Avoid the hassle of developing a curriculum from scratch.
  • Take the stress out of planning special events.

Snapology’s curriculum directors have done the work for you. Our fun, innovative, hands-on learning approach is sure to be a big hit with your students and your staff.

How We Work With Schools

There are many ways that Snapology programs can be implemented at your school. Our camps, workshops, and field trips are flexible. We offer dozens of different programs themes and topics for you to choose from. We’ll work with you to build the perfect Snapology program to support your goals and meet your budget.

Our Approach

How Snapology Works

We’ve built our programs based on proven research to effectively teach STEAM skills while engaging children in fun, interactive play.

Based on Research

Our approach is based on proven research that children’s 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.

Adapted to Your Objectives

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 number of children, age of children, time allotment, and other special requirements. We adapt to your goals and objectives.

Works for Everyone

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.