Little Explorers

Little Explorers offers children ages 3-5 years old and their caregivers exciting, hands-on learning experiences. Classes will explore the wonders of Science.  See the class schedule of topics below!

2019 – 2020 Little Explorers Series: Dates & Topics

September 13th:  Digging Dinosaurs – Calling all junior paleontologists! Come explore the science of fossils and the history of life on earth.

September 27th: Colores – Come play and have fun by learning how to say your favorite colors in Spanish. 

October 11th: Out of this World –  Channel your child’s inner astronomer as we explore outer space and the galaxy.

October 25th: Números – Sing, jump, dance, and count numbers in Spanish. 

November 8th: Sensory Overload – Come discover how our amazing human body works and all of the senses we use to explore the world around us.

November 22nd: Formas – Learn the Spanish words for shapes while you sort, organize, and explore our sensory bin.

December 13th: Creepy Crawlies – Is a spider an insect? Join us as we pretend to be entomologists exploring all different types of arthropods.

January 10th: Frozen Friends – Explore animal life in Antarctica and how weather affects our continent.

February 7th: Busy Bees – What does a beekeeper really do? Let’s explore why bees are so important and how we can help protect them from becoming extinct.

March 13th: Nature’s Campground – Enjoy learning what it’s like to be a forest ranger. We can’t wait to explore the forest habitat and all the animals that live there.

April 17th: Blooming Botany – Discover plant parts, plant life, and the many ways we use plants in our world.

May 15th: Under the Sea – Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a marine biologist? Come explore all different types of marine life under the sea.

*Please note, registrations are not complete until payment is received.*

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