Engage your young scientist in science-related learning at the Saint Louis Science Center's Preschool Science Series: Science Tots.
Science Tots is designed for children ages 18 to 36 months. The class provides opportunities to support brain development and learning. Toddlers and their grown-ups will explore STEM topics through songs, stories, hands-on exploration and play. Activities will ignite curiosity and wonder in young children as well as empower parents and caregivers to support their child's STEM learning in class and in their daily lives.
Due to space limitations, please only one adult per child. Cost is $10 per class for members of the Saint Louis Science Center and $12 for non-members.
Science Tots is held on the second and fourth weeks of the month. Thursdays at 10:30 a.m., Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m.
For more information and to reserve your spot, go to slsc.org or call 314-289-4439.
Storybook STEM for ages 3 to 5 years at the Saint Louis Science Center
Catch a movie or two at the Saint Louis Science Center's OMNIMAX Theater, where films are shown featuring the IMAX with Laser. This state-of-the-art theater provides the sharpest images, unmatched sound quality and 40% greater color range than traditional theaters. The five-story, 80-foot-diameter dome will fill your entire field of vision providing a truly immersive experience.
Stop in and have some fun in the indoor pool at the Lodge of Des Peres with your little one at this drop-in swim time for kids up to age 6. No pre-registration is needed; Water Waddlers is open to residents and non-residents of Des Peres.
At this free art program for ages 3-6 the focus is on the process of making art rather than the finished product. Both in-person and virtual sessions are offered.
LEGO Club at the St. Louis County Library is a free opportunity for kids to gather and have fun building with LEGO bricks. LEGOs are provided.
Kids can work on existing gym skills, learn new skills or just play around during Open Gym at Miss Kelly's Gym. Reservations are not necessary.