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Visit our Facebook Page or YouTube Studio for videos and activities to keep your child entertained during quarantine.

We are offering a Fall Covid Camp to help with childcare and school work. If you cannot afford it, please talk to us to see if we can make something work. We also have a new Social Justice Algebra I curriculum and class for those of you who may be trying a hand at homeschooling. We’ve also been running Minecraft Meetups to keep kiddos socially engaged with each other.

Los Alamos STEAM Lab is a woman owned small business located in Los Alamos. Our mission is to create a dynamic learning environment for children and their families. We want to empower students to discover innovative ways of learning and growing and are passionate about igniting the spark of potential in every student.

We offer classes ranging from Preschool Programming Literacy to Art History to Cosplay as well as after school clubs and drop in hours for unstructured play with programmable robots and Technic Lego. We believe in peer learning and will help facilitate child and family led growth in education.


  • Black History Month
    Celebrating Black History Month with the Los Alamos STEAM Lab  by JoAnna O’Neill As Black History Month comes to an end, the Los Alamos STEAM lab would like to take the time to recognize just a few of the […]
  • Circuit Box: Rocket
    We’ll use our breadboard, some LEDs, and wire to light out rocket. Materials: 1 wooden rocket 1 coin cell battery 1 AA battery holder 4 AA batteries bread board Alligator – male jumpers copper tape 2ft each red, blue, […]
  • Hour of Code
    Hour of Code can be a little overwhelming. Here are some of the projects I find most valuable. Most resources were pulled from https://hourofcode.com/us/learn Pre-Readers Pre-reader activities just don’t involve written language. Most of these are still completely fun […]
  • Book Review: Elatsoe
    Elatsoe (Amazon / Los Alamos Public Library) is YA/Middle Grade Speculative Fiction set in an alternative United States that is a home to magic. Magic is commonplace enough not to be astounding, but also not really a huge part […]
  • The Science of Snowflakes
    Crystal structures are all around us. We eat them in the form of salt and sugar and in freezing weather we see them in the forms of snow, ice, and sleet. Water is one of the simplest molecules to […]