STEAM on the Go! Kits

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The STEAM on the Go! Program is designed for kids, teens and families to explore a variety of STEAM Subjects. STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math.

Each kit will allow you to dig deep into science and art concepts and complete hands-on experiments and projects. Kits are requestable from the Anaheim Public Library’s catalog or by calling your neighborhood Anaheim Library!

View the STEAM on the Go! Parent Manual.
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To participate, you will need to have access to a computer, tablet, smartphone, and your Anaheim Public Library Card! 

Follow the steps below to get started:

  • Download the READsquared App from the Apple App store
    or Google Play Store.
  • Register for the program labeled "STEAM on the Go!" 
    • If you've registered for the Summer Reading or Winter Reading Program in the past, you will need to make
      a new username just for the STEAM on the Go! Program.
    • Create a username with “STEAM” or “STEM”
      before you enter your first name and last name.
      Example: "STEAMBitz-n-Pieces"
  • Place a hold to borrow any STEAM on the Go Kit from your neighborhood Anaheim Library.
  • Complete the kit's activities, which include a Reflection Log in your Field Journal.
  • Record your progress on the READsquared App and upload a photo of your completed Reflection Log for the adventure.
  • Return the old kit and borrow a new Kit to start a new adventure!

Contact Us

Program Manager
Jon Andersen
(714) 765-1764
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STEAM Adventures: Explorations on Wheels, STEAM on the Go!, and STEAM Adventures Live Expeditions are sponsored by the California State Library, Kiwanis Club of Greater Anaheim, Friends of the Anaheim Public Library, Friends of the Canyon Hills Library (FOCAL), Anaheim Public Library Foundation, Achim Hanefesh (Brotherhood Social Justice), NASA@ My Library, Space Science Institute, and Nevada Mineral & Book Company.

This project was supported in whole or in part funding provided by the State of California, administered by the California State Library.