Science and Math • Bugs and Bubbles • Playground Physics • DIY Nano • Autodesk Digital STEAM • Measurement • Volumize • Lab4Physics • The Pocket Lab Community Resources Many communities have fun activities that encourage children to get more involved in STEM fields. There are a number of Idaho-based resources that your child can interact with. • Museums: Attend local museum exhibits and discover new things. EBR-I was the first power plant in the world to produce usable electricity from atomic energy and became a great interactive museum. For more information, visit inl. gov/experimental-breeder- reactor-i/ . • Zoo: Visit local zoos. Idaho Falls Zoo hosts a STEM day annually for second-graders. For more information, visit . • Idaho Falls Power Plant: Schedule a plant tour by visiting 259/Plant-Tours . • Melaleuca the Wellness Company: Explore internship opportunities at studentcareers- . • Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center: Become a junior volunteer and experience the combination of science and technology in the medical industry. Visit eirmc. com/about/ . • Mountain View Hospital: Become a volunteer by visiting mountainview-hospital. com/community/become-a- . • City of Idaho Falls: Apply for an internship or volunteer opportunity at idahofallsidaho. gov/192/Temporary-Jobs . • YMCA: Check your local YMCA and see if they have STEM programs. Find your YMCA at . 9