RATATAZ Labs is an integrated hands-on classroom science program that provides the foundation your students need to achieve success. Each activity covers a core science concept and aligns to the NGSS.
STEAM-Powered Learning Labs
- Spark interest & activate engagement
- Develop critical thinking & problem-solving
- Accelerates mastery of science concepts
- Easy to use & easy to set-up
- Expedites distance and hybrid teaching
- Promotes facilitation of guided learning
Keep Parents Happy
- Gives children the advantage
- Improves test scores & outcomes
- Builds confidence and self-esteem
A Box Full of STEAM
RATATAZ Labs get kids to discover, tinker, dabble, explore, dream, create, invent, and when they’re ready, connect the dots no one else can see to solve problems no one else has solved.Learn More
We provide STEM and STEAM kits tailored to fit classrooms and
after-school programs of any size.
What's in the bin?
Each lesson is pre-assembled for your convenience with sufficient materials for up to 32 students packed in a durable plastic container for storage. Each lesson is clearly organized and easy to use. Best of all, no special background in math or science is required. Practical advice and teaching tips are provided in the teachers instruction guide and professional workshops are available.
Our classroom kits come fully loaded with hands-on activity sets for up up to 32 students. We provide everything teachers need to implement ten learning labs with Next Generation Science Standards-aligned instructions.
Looking for a great after school or summer program? We’ve got you covered. We provide kits with hands-on experiments and all the materials for ten different learning labs. Teachers receive instructional materials and online instruction videos explaining how to use this program with their students.
Students read a 24-page full-color
leveled science reader.
Students ask their OWN questions
about what they read.
Students explore a scientifically
informed hands-on activity
Students answer one or more of their favorite questions from the ASK step.
Students talk, tell, and dazzle other students around the world with what they've learned.