6/27/20 Update: As Covid-19 information changes rapidly we are not surprised that there has been yet another update to the way we operate at the museum. In addition to handwashing stations, temperature taking, and minimal occupancy, there is now a new rule for all who enter local businesses and nonprofits.
RSVP Here Resources First... Then Cards These strips are helpful in teaching the important concept of "first" and "then". Once the vocabulary and concept have been learned, you can simply present the two picture cards and explain: "First we need to check in at the lobby, then we
WOW - the summer of 2019 sure flew by! Aren’t you glad Explorium was open and air-conditioned?? We are too! Here is a look at what our first summer in our brick-and-mortar location looked like. Field trips: With school out, childcare providers were very busy looking for opportunities to keep
What a Great Year! After more than six years of dreaming, on September 15, 2018 we finally opened our doors. THANK YOU! Many of you played a part in making this dream come true. Here are some highlights of our first 'year' of operations, along with what to look forward
Earlier this year, our intern-turned-staffer Meghna Jayakumar took a trip to California, during which she braved the MOXI museum in Santa Barbara for the sake of Adventures in Field Research. This account was written entirely on her own dime and time. Check it out! In a picturesque coastal city, on
If you’ve ever been to the City Museum in St. Louis, you will recognize much of what’s going on at SPARK! in Dallas. It’s truly a wonder for the imagination, the mind and the body. It’s best not to have any expectations when visiting SPARK! Our family went on a
Another successful year in the books for Explorium Denton Children’s Museum fourth annual Touch a Truck event! Children and their families were able to explore and play with vehicles of all types: emergency, public services, utility, construction, school bus, motorcycles, and big rigs. The children could touch, climb on the
On December 11, 2017 we got word that our grant proposal for CoServ Charitable Foundation was approved! This is our first big grant, and we are pleased to share about CoServ, and what this grant will include. CoServ CoServ is an electric and gas distribution company serving North Texas. The
We are pleased to announce the design for our museum! Here’s a play-by-play from our founder and director, Anyah Martinez: Walking into the museum, visitors will be greeted in our foyer by a friendly face, an admission desk, some healthy vending choices, and a small area to enjoy snacks
UNT and TWU Students: we are looking for a fall intern! Apply through https://joinhandshake.com/ If you are not a TWU or UNT student and would like to be considered, please send your resume and course requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to work with students from any university!