Read How to Code a Sandcastle with us and download the comprehension questions.
Watch STEAM Storytime and download the reading worksheet.
Learn the science of paper planes with Leo at Home.
Missed February's Make and Take activity? That's okay! We've got all the details here. You can learn to make paper at home.
It’s Women’s History Month, and that means The Leonardo is celebrating women in STEAM!
Over a century and a half ago, in the 1860s, a curious inscription was found among the ruins of Pompeii...
Every year, we set aside February to reflect on the past, consider the present, and look towards the future during Black History Month.
Our lab was brimming with energy as we welcomed two groups of incredible girls - eleven 6th-12th graders and thirteen 3rd-5th graders.
10 Resources for observing Stonewall 50th and celebrating LGBTQ STEM Day
The intersection of science and art convene in a gallery that pushes the limits of our world view.
The 500-year anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s Death is a worldwide celebration.
Scientists, engineers, and architects use biomimicry to stay on the cutting edge of design.
The Leonardo's Girls Who Code Club learned computer science, received state competition awards and launched candy with a medieval siege weapon. All in 11 weeks.
Nature adapts to survive increasing temperatures, but without our help it won’t be enough.
Living in poverty is a major setback on many different levels; everything from socioeconomic advantage to physical health is well understood to be impacted by its grasp. New research is now suggesting that various physical manifestations of poverty - high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes - may have a deeper biological explanation.
The Leonardo’s Girls Who Code Club enjoys a unique learning experience as participants are surrounded with inspiration throughout the exhibits around their classroom.