Young Scientist Program

A weekly program designed to ignite and foster young children’s curiosity about the physical and natural world. (ages 4-6)
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Free Trial Class!  If you are curious if this program is the right one for your child you may try out a class for free.  Please contact us at to reserve a date to attend.

Program dates for the 2013-2014 school year:

Session 3 - January 8 - February 12  (6 weeks) Member $170,  non-member $185
Session 4 - March 5 - April 9  (6 weeks) Member $170,  non-member $185
Session 5 - April 23 - May 14  (4 weeks) Member $115,  non-member $125

(Register for 2 sessions at a time, save $10; register for 3 sessions at a time, save $20.)

This program for preschoolers and kindergartners integrates hands-on experiments, fun projects, and individual explorations in the physical and natural science sciences. The science investigations and natural history explorations are specially designed to introduce young learners to the tools and processes of science in an age appropriate manner.
Both morning (9:30–11:30 a.m.) and afternoon (1–3 p.m.) sessions are offered during the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms.

A typical Young Scientist program includes the following activities:

• Free Play
• Circle and Class Meeting to introduce the day’s theme
• Hands-on Science Investigation
• Snack
• Story time
• Outside Exploration or additional Science Investigations


The Young Scientist program is taught by Amy VanderKooi and Rebecca Haynes, and two assistant teachers who help with activities to ensure every child is receiving individual attention.