While the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted its traditional programs, KID Museum moved quickly to design virtual offerings that introduce students to STEM and 21st-century skills in coding, design engineering, and 3D modeling – activating them as “makers” who build agency, confidence, and creative problem-solving in the process. For example, participants learn online to experiment with coding or 3D design, but those skills are developed in "off-screen," open-ended building experiences or design challenges that inspire them to create personally meaningful projects. Youth also connect with instructors and classmates as collaborators throughout the process. The museum's signature inquiry- and exploration-based approach is preserved even in a remote learning environment. Week-long virtual summer camps; free, DIY, creative projects that keep kids and families engaged at home; paid, real-time, instructor-led programs: isn't it amazing what creativity and ingenuity can produce?