Preschool Scientists Programs
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Let us bring big science to your littlest learners! Choose from a variety of programs providing hands-on science learning in a host of eligible content areas.
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Preschool Assembly Programs
Our 30-minute assembly programs can accommodate up to 200 students per showing. Topics include air and wind, and bugs.
Fee: $350; $295 for each repeat program.
Content themes: Common Characteristics of Life, Life Cycles, Form and Function
Find out how far a grasshopper can hop, how butterflies get their wings, and more incredible insect insights!
Preschool Discovery Days
Each fun 45-minute program is designed to give up to 30 students the chance to expand on eligible content themes with engaging hands-on activities.
Fee: $125 for each program. Single programs available June through March. Two-program minimum in April & May
Content themes: Chemistry, Properties of Matter
Explore the ‘S’ in STEM (science) with amazing bubbles and bubble blowers.
Content themes: Biology: Form and Function
Investigate insect parts and behavior through song and dance and make bug antennae to take home.
STEM Program for Babies and Toddlers
Content themes: Five Senses, Fine Motor Skills, Scientific Observation, Properties of Matter
Children will sing, dance, and participate in dramatic play to practice their popping skills – popping bubbles, popping bubble wrap, pretending to pop popcorn, and more!
Fee: $125 per program; each program includes two 30‑minute sessions
Two-program minimum in April and May
Up to 15 children per program, children ages 0-3 years