Early Childhood Classes: Pre K - Grade 2
Early Childhood Onsite Classes are for young learners, through rising grade 2. Covering a variety of topics, classes may include live animals, hands-on construction, experiments, cultural activities and more.
Get up close with some amazing creatures and learn about the habitats, life cycles and adaptations of these lively Museum residents.
Explore through fun experiments how sound travels and how we are able to turn vibration into sound. Understand how sound waves, volume and pitch affect how we hear sound.
Discover and observe the properties of matter, solids, liquids and gases. Students will have first-hand experiences by conducting experiments involving mixing and changing matter.
Push and pull, go up and down, blast off, spin and race in this action-packed class for junior engineers. Move and explore balance and weight as you meet engineering design challenges.
Snow, rain, sunshine or clouds? What will the weather be like today? Use tools to develop skills including measuring, comparing, collecting data and making weather predictions.
Dive in and explore oceans and an amazing array of sealife. Navigate the differences between salt water and fresh water habitats. Discover symbiotic relationships of sea creatures and experience a gui
Explore animal and insect life cycles and preservation. Participate in activities that highlight the importance of the worlds rainforests. Meet some live rainforest animals in the class, then tour t
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