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Idaho State University

The Right Foot (PreK-6)

Every child is a natural scientist, curious about a world filled with new experiences. These programs focus on nature with hands-on and field experiences to start kiddos on a lifelong path of discovery.

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No Child Left Inside

No Child Left Inside

Get outside and discover our local nature areas on the first and third Friday during the summer months. For parents and children ages 5 and under.

STEM Learning for Littles

A preschool STEM activity the first and third Friday of the winter through spring months. For parents and children ages 5 and under.

Group of kids crossing a stream on a field trip

Day Camps

A variety of day camps geared for different age groups.

A Full Moon

Trip to the Moon

Trip to the Moon Camp learn what it would be like to live on the Moon. Camps for Grades 1-3 and Grades 4-6.

Bird Club

Learn about different birds and how to identify local birds. Meets on the first and third Fridays of the month during the winter months through spring. For Kindergarten through 5th grade.

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Step Up: Grades 9-12

College is just around the corner. Projects build technical and leadership skills and give outreach experiences that prepare our young adults for the next big steps in life. 

Zero Robotics, Coding Camp. A space shuttle above the Earth.

Coding Camp

Learn to use code to maneuver robots here and on the International Space Station using C++.

Zero Robotics: ISS Programing Challenge

Zero Robotics

Learn, build, compete for a chance to have your ideas on the International Space Station.

A young man testing virtual reality.

Virtual Reality Camp

Learn the in's and out's of virtual reality.

On Track: Grades 7-9

These programs focus on building skills in science, technology, engineering, and math outside of school to help support year-round learning through engaging nature-themed topics. 

Passenger Van For Field Trips

One Time Capital Support

Help purchase a twelve-passenger van to transport students to out-of-door locations to promote “No Child Left Inside” programming, birding outings, and allow our educational programs to diversify and grow.