Bring The Works to You

Skip the bus and bring our expert educators to your location!

Workshops at Your School

The Works can bring many workshops directly to your school to enrich your curriculum, meet state science standards, and delight your students.

Please call (952) 888-4262 x215 or click the link to complete a reservation request.

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Workshops

Workshops include an introduction to the Engineering Design Process, hands-on activities, and a take-home project.

Workshops support the Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Science. See itemization.

Length:  60 minutes or 90 minutes

Cost: Cost varies based on length of workshop, classroom size, distance traveled, etc. Please contact groups@theworks.org for pricing information.

Group Size:  Maximum 4 workshops total per day; 15 to 30 students per workshop.

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Family Engineering Nights

Bring The Works Museum experience to you!

Family Engineering Nights are ideal as stand-alone events or as an addition to your family night, open house, or science fair. The Works Museum provides engineering activities for parents and kids to do together, and all supplies needed for the activities. You provide space and volunteers to help facilitate activities.

Length: 2 hours, plus set-up, clean-up, and volunteer orientation.

Cost: $300-$2100, based on number of attendees

Group Size: Minimum 75 – maximum 600 attendees (adults and children).

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For more information, please email groups@theworks or call 952.888.4262 ext. 215

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This is the first time we’ve had the Maze class with our 6th graders. They were all carrying their pizza boxes out to the bus yesterday and they were really excited to show them to me. The teachers said it was awesome and that the kids were more engaged during that lesson than they ever are normally!!!
Academic Director, Stonebridge World School

Your educators were amazing! The activities they led for both groups received high remarks from both students and the parents. I appreciated the inquiry based instruction, and hands-on learning.

Academic Technology Coordinator, Mounds Park Academy