Our educational programs inspire creativity and innovation in students across Utah by fusing science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) in open-ended, hands-on discovery.
The Leonardo offers a variety of engaging activities and unique learning experiences both at the museum and on-site at schools. Each visionary, research-driven program, designed with core standards in mind, is delivered by one of our highly qualified educators. Learn more about these programs and educator resources below.
Field Trips & Workshops
Free to public schools, our field trips provide your students with access to interactive exhibits and experiential learning that encourages curiosity and self-exploration. Add one of our engaging, themed workshops to deepen the field trip experience.
Leo on Wheels
Bring The Leo to your school! Our free museum outreach program on Forces in Motion is offered both virtually and in-person. Designed for 7th and 8th grade science classes, this exciting program allows students to create their own Rube Goldberg machines and can be delivered in one class session or expanded to three.
The Leonardo is proud to partner with K-12 and higher education professionals in order to provide educator resources and enhance our programs. From exhibit guides to STEAM lesson plans, we aim to enrich your teaching experience in the museum and in the classroom.