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Explore: Your Guide to Educational Enrichment

A resource for schools, homeschoolers, childcare providers, after-school and summer programs and parents



Photo: amanda tipton/flickr

 

Explore is the expanded Seattle's Child guide to enrichment opportunities available to schools, homeschoolers, scout leaders and others offering programs for kids in our Puget Sound community.  

Whether you're planning outings for preschoolers, educating a third grader at home, running a day camp or teaching high school science, you'll find a truly remarkable variety of ways to enlarge and expand on your curriculum – field trips, classroom visits, homeschooler programs, and teacher education, to name a few.

Listings are unpaid and compiled by Seattle's Child staff.


Click below to search within any of these categories:

Animals

Farms, food and nutrition

Hands-on discovery and physical fun

History and culture

Nature and environment

Performing arts

Science and technology

Visual arts

Educator resources

 

 

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