Children’s Museum Houston and our partners provide opportunities for high-quality learning experiences in places where children spend their out of school time: their homes, community centers, libraries, YMCAs, and places of faith. These out of school time learning programs help children be successful in school and in life, by developing critical skills before they need them in school and also by giving them realistic opportunities to apply what they are learning in school.
The Open Doors Program works with local non-profit organizations to ensure everyone can visit the Children’s Museum Houston.
Programs are designed to engage students outside of the regular school day through hands-on investigations and challenges with a fun, problem-based focus. We partner with multiple after school sites including the YMCA of Greater Houston.
Activities focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math at participating YMCA after school programs.
A free virtual summer camp open to K-5th grade HISD students zoned to Title 1 schools.
Children build levels of scientific and mathematical literacy through hands-on investigations and challenges kits.
Science, math, technology, engineering and art activities at participating schools in the Aldine and Alief school districts.
An afterschool drop-in program exclusively at Edison Middle School.
Children’s Museum Houston provides a variety of programs designed to help parents engage with their children and inspire a lifetime love of learning.
Learning tools that empower parents to support brain development during the first three years of life.
A collection of 240 unique literacy activity kits distributed through Houston Public Libraries.
A free family engagement program serving families in either Spanish or English in a variety of locations.
An energizing, hands-on family learning event customized for your school or organization.
Receive a custom bag of items designed to support parents in their children’s early literacy and brain development.