Education

At The Strong, students and educators alike have fun while learning. Play sharpens minds and boosts creativity. It helps people grow and keeps them healthy. When children play, they learn to solve problems, make decisions, express ideas, and recognize boundaries. Children who play do better in school and become more successful adults. All educational experiences provided by the museum are informed by the Reggio Emilia approach and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Learn more about The Strong’s educational philosophy.

  • The museum’s play-based educational programs encourage learning, creativity, and discovery.

  • The Strong’s Woodbury School offers both a preschool program for three- and four-year-old children and an early kindergarten program for four- and five-year-old children.

  • The Strong museum offers a variety of exciting backpack experiences perfect for Girl Scout, Cub Scout, and Boy Scout troops.

  • Museum field trips provide dynamic opportunities for project-based learning and unique ways for teachers to connect to curriculum. The Strong offers field trips for all grade levels.

Other Educational Experiences

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