Preschool Science Series

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The Preschool Science Series at the Saint Louis Science Center is the perfect program for young, budding scientists! Preschool-age children and an adult caretaker will explore, investigate, hear stories, and do hands-on science together.

Each session features a different topic, so you'll want to attend often! 

Sessions are held from 10 to 11 a.m. Space is limited and reservations are required. One adult per four children is required. 

Cost is $30 per child (age 3 and up) for one month of sessions (three sessions per month). $25 per child for members.

Monthly themes are:

April: Paleo Preschool. Kids can come and dig deep and learn about dinosaurs! Each week they will explore different dinosaur activities sure to excite the young paleontologist. They'll learn about teeth, claws, dino poop and more!

May: Simply Science Preschool. Little ones will get hands-on with color mixing, electricity, magnets, and animal friends. Each week's topic will have a related art project to take home.

June: Build It! Preschool. Kids will engineer a paper aircraft, sturdy house and steady bridge using recycled materials. Each week featured a different building challenge and structure to take home.

July: Healthy Me Preschool. Little ones will investigate the skeletal system and the five senses during this interactive session. They'll learn about measurement and balance and about making healthy choices for their bodies. When making reservations, please disclose any food allergies your child has.

At the Saint Louis Science Center.

More information and reservations: slsc.org

 

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