Classes & Workshops
3-4 year olds
Does your preschooler love to explore, ask all types of questions, and get excited when discovering something new? Then Science Explorers classes are for you. Each session features a different science theme and includes activities that spark excitement and ignite curiosity. Our professional museum educators provide distinctive investigations of science and the outdoors. Preschoolers will utilize their natural skills of curiosity, observation and discovery. We keep our program group size small to provide an up-close & personal experience. Your child is sure to get excited as we play with slime, encounter animals, and explore our surroundings using all five senses!
3-4 year old participants must be potty-trained and able to use the bathroom independently. Drop off will be at CuriOdyssey by between 8:30-9:00am. Pick-up will be at noon. Sessions run one day a week (Fridays) for 5 weeks.
Does your child enjoy exploring, creating, and building? CuriOdyssey’s Weekend Workshops are the perfect place for them! Weekend Workshops take a deeper look at some of the phenomena that occur all around us everyday. Water, wind, and wildlife are just a few of the science concepts explored during weekend workshops. Museum educators support the curiosity of the kids by helping them discover the answers to their own questions. Register now for this up close and personal science experience designed to provide kids the tools to deeply understand the changing world.
Workshops take place on the 2nd Saturday of the month October through May.
Parents: All workshops take place at CuriOdyssey. Parents are welcome to join their children in workshops or can drop them off at the beginning of the workshop and pick them up at 12:00noon. Workshop content is designed for the recommended ages. A parent/guardian may be required to be with participants younger than the recommended age. All workshops require pre-registration.
Science and Engineering Club
For 6th-8th grade students
A tailor made science and engineering program for 6th-8th grade students. CuriOdyssey educators respond to the students’ inquiries and input, structuring the program around their needs and interests. Students enjoy the authentic hands-on science experiences and engineering practices that develop important critical thinking skills.
This year students will be will be combining engineering practices with the world of plants and animals. Design and create a “foot” for walking in the marsh, a “digging” claw, and/or a wing designed for soaring. Youth will learn how to use basic tools (hammer, drill, saw), draw and design their ideas, and construct the final creations. Up close observation of CuriOdyssey’s animals will provide inspiration and ideas.