PreK SPRING 2018 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
***REGISTER FOR 2 CLASSES BY MARCH 12TH TO GET 100$ OFF ***
MONDAYS OR TUESDAYS: Touch, Sound, Color, Light “Why is this leaf green?” “What’s up my nose?”.... Children are natural scientists! In our Touch, Sound, Color, Light...GLOW AT NIGHT! class, children will practice using their senses to explore the world around them. We'll have a blast taking the mystery texture challenge, practice measurement while whipping up a batch of bubbly bug soup, learn why being afraid of the dark is nothing to be afraid of...and much much more!
WEDNESDAYS OR THURSDAYS: Crazy Kitchen Chemistry This class brings science into the kitchen as we use things we see every day to make amazing discoveries. We’ll make rainbow density columns that are safe to drink, create secret messages for our friends and explore how polar bears stay warm in below freezing temperatures. We’ll make ice cream in a bag, learn about flower power and put our taste buds to the test! This program has something for everyone - don’t miss it!
- 13 weeks beginning the week of Mar. 26th thru Jun. 26th
- Mon - Thurs, 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm, Pre-K Scientists
- Coverage until 4:45pm and exciting hands-on science activities with take home projects included.
- Extended Day available until 6:30pm for $15/hr.
- Choose 1 day a week: M/Tu/W/Th.
- Choose 2 days: M&W / Tu&Th / M&Th
- We follow the NYC Public School Calendar. When school is closed, we do not offer programs.
About our Classes
Our after school programs offer young scientists a multidisciplinary chance to build fine motor skills, develop an understanding of scientific principles, build vocabulary, work together with other scientists and engage in scientific discussion. We’ll analyze data we collect as we mix, measure, ask questions and have a ton of FUN! We offer:
- ENGAGING HANDS-ON SCIENCE IN A LIGHT, RELAXED, ATMOSPHERE
- SIGN UP FOR 1-2 CLASSES EACH WEEK
- CURRICULUM CREATED AND TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCED TEACHERS
- PICK UP FROM LOCAL SCHOOLS
- PAYMENT PLAN AVAIL & SIBLING DISCOUNT
MONDAYS OR TUESDAYS: Geo Giants & Dino-MIGHT Join us for an epic journey deep into the layers of our Earth. We’ll learn about dirt and explore "creepy crawlies", make volcanoes, work with tornadoes, learn about the rock cycle, explore natural crystal formation and mix up a disgusting batch of quicksand! Let's get dirty The Tiny Scientist way! 3:30-4:45. Monday classes meet 1x/wk from September 11 to December 4th. Tuesday classes meet 1x/wk from September 12 to December 5th. Classes are not in session when public schools are closed.
WEDNESDAYS OR THURSDAYS: Science of Art Ever use centrifugal force to make a one-of-a-kind masterpiece or make a work of art out of marshmallows? If you are a scientist with an artistic streak, or vice versa, then this class is for you We'll make super cool paint sets like famous artists, explore solids and liquids as we make our own amazing lip balm and more! Move over Picasso, step aside Pollock - this is art The Tiny Scientist way! 3:30-4:45 Wednesday classes meet 1x/wk from September 13 to December 6th. Thursday classes meet 1x/wk from September 12 to December 7th. Classes are not in session when public schools are closed.
MONDAYS OR TUESDAYS: Toy Lab! Step into the Tiny Scientist Toy Lab for some serious fun! We'll explore the gravity-defying elasticity of a bouncy paddle ball, learn about simple circuits as we make our own version of the HEX bug, zoom through roller coaster physics while we craft our own marble run and more! Learn about the amazing science behind some of your favorite toys and then make your own. Come play at the Tiny Scientist where fun is work and work is FUN!
WEDNESDAYS OR THURSDAYS: Gross, But Great! Why is mold magical? Why are farts fascinating? Zombie brains, bones that bend and fizzy soda that makes you burp like a champ are just a few of the fantastic, funky experiments we'll make in this after school class. We'll explore the benefits of boogers, make gummy bugs you can eat and learn about the science of stink! Come laugh your head off and learn about disgusting amazing science!