STEAM-Y Hot American Summer: The Best STEAM Adventures Before Summer’s Over

There’s a joke about two old folks sitting at a restaurant. “The food here is terrible,” the first one says. “I know!,” his friend replies, “and the portions are so small.”

Cue the pandemic summer. “There are so many things I can’t do,” you say. “Yes! And it went by so fast.”

In some parts of the country, schools have started. But it’s still hot, and you can wear white pants, so it’s still summer to me. Before the sun sets and all of a sudden the leaves are falling, here are some amazing science-y outings with a good dose of arts & crafts that will blow your mind without blowing your budget.

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