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WeDo Space Cadets

$180

with Aubrey Beckham

Calendar Current session started Aug 19, 2020 at 10:15 am, runs for 15 weeks

In this 15 week course, young space cadets in grades K-2 will use the LEGO WeDo system to build and program robots. A departure from our regular WeDo classes, special builds will be themed to help students learn about space, and students will make out-of-this-world creations such as spaceships, rovers, and aliens!

Tinker Lab - Motions

$180

with Aubrey Beckham

Calendar Current session started Aug 19, 2020 at 11:20 am, runs for 15 weeks

Students in grades K-2 will learn about motion and basic physical science concepts in this brand new course in our popular Tinker Lab series. We will explore the physics of motion through a variety of different hands‐on activities like experiments with boomerangs, dominos, paper airplanes and more.

STEAM with Magic Treehouse

$180

with Grace Lemley

Calendar Current session started Aug 21, 2020 at 9 am, runs for 15 weeks

Using the Magic Tree House series, children in grades K-2 will explore science as seen through the eyes of Jack and Annie as they travel through the books that they find.  In this 15 week course they will learn the answers to questions like: What causes seasons? Why are snowflakes white? How is the soil different where it never gets warm? What causes floods, and how can they both help and harm the land? How do inventors use engineering to solve problems, and what makes a structure strong enough to create the Eiffel Tower? Use math to solve puzzles and uncover clues, and travel through books and time with Jack and Annie!

Science Club

$145
Calendar Current session started Sep 4, 2020 at 5 pm, runs for 12 weeks

In this fun, multi-age science club, Students in grades K-2 will explore a variety of different science topics. Each weekly one hour meetng allows students to explore a new science topic and is paired with a fun, hands-on activity.

STEAM with Magic Treehouse- Club
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STEAM with Magic Treehouse- Club

$145

with Aubrey Beckham

Using the Magic Tree House series, children in grades K-2 will explore science as seen through the eyes of Jack and Annie as they travel through the books that they find.  In this 12 week club, they will learn the answers to questions like: What causes seasons? Why are snowflakes white? How is the soil different where it never gets warm? What causes floods, and how can they both help and harm the land? How do inventors use engineering to solve problems, and what makes a structure strong enough to create the Eiffel Tower? Use math to solve puzzles and uncover clues, and travel through books and time with Jack and Annie!

WeDo Robotics Club
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WeDo Robotics Club

$145

with Grace Lemley

This 12 week robotics club is intended for students in grades K-2. This is our non-competition, casual robotics class for young learners. Students will learn about robotics one hour weekly using LEGO WeDo Robotics in hands-on solutions that will ignite students curiosity, while enhancing their skills in science, engineering, technology, and coding.

Tinker Lab - Motions Club

$145

with Avery Beckham

Calendar Current session started Sep 9, 2020 at 4 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Students in grades K-2 will learn about motion and basic physical science concepts in this brand new course in our popular Tinker Lab series. We will explore the physics of motion through a variety of different hands‐on activities like experiments with boomerangs, dominos, paper airplanes and more.

Swimming with Dinosaurs Club

$145

with Grace Lemley

Calendar Current session started Sep 9, 2020 at 5:15 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Aspiring paleontologists in grades K-2 will learn all about the mighty swimming dinosaur and its neighbors that once ruled the sea! Students will learn about several prehistoric eras and engage in a number of activities designed to embrace the wonder many young children have with dinosaurs and other prehistoric beasts. Students can expect to engage in activities such as a fossil dig, building a laser-cut dinosaur model, and even learning some rudimentary research skills.





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