Early Learning Program Descriptions
Around The World (All ages) (not in session this semester)
We are traveling all around the world to visit some of our favorite countries, and to discover some new ones. We will learn about their environments, cultures, food, music, landmarks, and much more. All aboard!
Astronomy (All Ages)
Explore the stars with hands-on experiments and crafts. What is a star? What is a constellation? Can a star lose its light? Are new stars born? Come find out the answers to these questions, and many more, as we reach for the stars!
DIY SCIENCE! (All Ages)
This program will teach the scientific method through mixing, creating, and experimenting with common household materials. These unique, hands-on experiences are as entertaining as they are educational, and will inspire the imagination and make learning fun.
Early Learning Letter Sounds and Numbers Using Our 5 Senses
During this program each child will have a fun time using music, art, and science in a multi-sensory way to learn letters, numbers, and beginner writing skills, all while learning and playing together and independently.
Early Learning Music and Performing Arts
This interactive, hands-on program will encourage your child’s natural interest in music and arts. Your child will learn the basics of music, explore each instrument family, express themselves through music and movement, and experience the art of live performance.
Early Learning Phonemic Awareness
During this program each child will have a fun time using music, games, crafts, rhyming, stories, and drumming to hear, identify, and manipulate individual sounds, gaining the essential knowledge needed to learn to read print.
Ecosystems (All Ages)
An ecosystem includes all of the living things (plants, animals, and organisms) in a given area, interacting with each other, and also with their non-living environments (weather, earth, sun, soil, climate, atmosphere). This hands-on program will help you understand how absolutely interconnected all life forms in an ecosystem are.
Find Your Palate (All Ages)
Welcome to Around the World Cooking! Here, you will go on an amazing adventure to other countries and learn about the foods from these far off and exotic places. You will learn the importance of each dish and why it is a staple for those countries. Your palate will be amazed of all the different flavors that are unique to each country. Members will also receive recipes to include but not limited to gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian. Please provide a list of allergens so that everyone can be included in this cooking adventure.
Human Body (All Ages) (Not in session this semester)
From DNA, to bones, to how we see the world around us, this class will focus on the human body and what makes it tick! Trivia: Which of these organs can grow back again if some of it is removed? Brain, kidney, liver, or heart? *Answer below
Marine Life (All Ages)
Discover the impact of ocean trash on marine life & learn how to help! Throughout the year you will explore the ocean levels and organisms that inhabit them, get inspired by exploring famous scientists, all while participating in various hands on projects and excursions.
Mindfulness, Yoga, & Physical Education (All Ages)
In this fun and engaging program, children will stretch, move and grow physically, socially and emotionally as they learn to connect within as well as with others, while having a ton of fun.
Minute to Win it (All Ages)
This fast-paced experience encourages quick thinking and refined skills. Each week you will take part in a series of 60-second challenges that use objects that are commonly available around the house.
Space Explorers (All Ages)
This program is for those who love NASA, rocketry, technology, STEAM and everything space. Our Space Explorers will play games, create, invent, discover, and much more!
Test Drive America (All Ages)
In this class, creativity and American Geography have collided, creating a fun-filled and memorable learning experience. Your child will feel like they have visited all 50 states as they have a blast dancing, acting, cooking, growing, crafting, and even using science as they explore the Good Ole' US of A.