Preschool Science Series at the Saint Louis Science Center

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The Preschool Science Series is an early childhood program at the Saint Louis Science Center. This program is designed especially for young scientists, ages 3 to 6, and their families. Sessions provide opportunities for little ones and their caregivers to wonder, play, and discover together. Today's little scientists are tomorrow's inventors and problem solvers!

The Preschool Science Series features:

  • 45-minute sessions guided by a Science Center educator
  • Experiments and playful hands-on STEAM exploration connected to themes such as "How Plants Grow" and "What is a Scientist?"
  • Activities focused on helping children develop motor, language and cognitive skills.
  • Ideas for caregivers to support their child's learning

The Preschool Science Series is held at the Saint Louis Science Center on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. 

Tickets are required and must be purchased at least one hour prior to session start time. Cost is $10 for member children and $12 for non-member children. Adults do not need a ticket.

For more information and registration, visit slsc.org

 

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