Snapology STEAM Programs

Snapology provides interactive, hands-on learning enrichment classes, workshop, field trips and summer camps for children ages 2-14. Using LEGO® bricks, K'Nex, drones, iPads and/or laptop computers, children explore age-appropriate robotics, animation, science, technology, engineering, art and math (S.T.E.A.M.) concepts under guided instruction. The children have so much fun, they don't realize how much they are learning.

We offer over 60 different program themes and topics for you to choose from. Snapology's most popular summer programs are:

* Robotics (KinderBots, GameBots, MegaMachines, Incredible Inventions, Space Wars and more)

* Engineering (Junior, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced)

* Amusement Park Engineering

* Minecraft (Basic, Advanced and Epic)

* Themed Programs: Superheroes, Star Wars, Ninjas and more

* Combat Robots Robot Challenge

* Mindstorms EV3 Robotics Olympics

Please click HERE to learn about our educational philosophy and to see our full class catalog, including the class descriptions, academic enrichment benefits and social development aspects of our programs.

Program Contact Info
First Name: 
Laura
Last Name: 
Coe
Title: 
President
Location: 
1699 Washington Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
United States
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Program Details
Year Established: 
2010
Affiliation: 
FIRST Robotics
Program Focus: 
Architecture and Design
Program Focus: 
Arts
Program Focus: 
Coding/Programming
Program Focus: 
Computer Science
Program Focus: 
Invention Education
Program Focus: 
General Science
Program Focus: 
Engineering
Program Focus: 
Earth and Environmental Science
Program Focus: 
Making/DIY
Program Focus: 
Math
Program Focus: 
Space Science/Aerospace/Rocketry
Program Focus: 
Robotics
Program Focus: 
Technology
Girls served annually: 
30000
Boys served annually: 
70000
Slug: 
snapology-steam-programs
Needed Resources/Activities
boys interested in STEM
facilities/physical space
girls interested in STEM
Available Resources/Activities
computer technology support
conferences
mobile programming
facilities/physical space
internships
professional development
teaching or tutoring
workshops/classes/training
access to tools/equipment
STEM curriculum/activities
Populations Served
at-risk
diversity focus
elementary
homeless
incarcerated youth
low income
middle/junior
rural
senior citizens
single parents
teachers
urban
general public
high achieving/gifted
Collaboration Interests
curriculum development
joint event planning
providing in-kind support
sharing resources
sponsorship
working with higher education
working with informal organizations
working with K-12 schools
working with similar organizations
outreach/community events
advocacy
Service Delivery Format
classroom support
clubs
museums
special events
summer offerings
drop-in programming
field trips
internships/job training
workshops/conferences
mobile
afterschool programs
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