The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention and Episcopal Children’s Services are teaming up to make a difference in the lives of toddlers and young children.
The Cade is on a mission to build bridges and create new spaces for fun and learning inside and outside the museum’s iconic copper-and-glass building, sparking a curiosity for all things science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM).
A new pilot program with Episcopal Children’s Services (ECS) will bring the Cade’s unique STEAM education to Head Start participants at two ECS sites, Northwood and Nanny’s Loving Arms. Head Start is a comprehensive early learning program that ensures readiness for school in its young participants (ages 3-5) and works to increase parental knowledge in children’s growth and development.
Read the full announcement here.