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Jun
12
Mon
Operation Imagination Summer Camps @ International Museum of Art & Science
Jun 12 – Aug 12 all-day
Operation Imagination Summer Camps @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS hosts week-long educational summer camps for grades K-8, June-August covering a variety of fun topics. $180/$160 non-members/members ($100/$90 for Pre K only) for each week-long session.

Non-Members
$180 Full Day
$100 Half Day (PreK only)

Members
$160 Full Day
$90 Half Day (PreK only)

Optional
Before Care: 8:00AM – 9:00AM
After Care: 4:00PM – 5:30PM
Before Care OR After Care: $25 per week
Before Care AND After Care: $40 per week

• Full Day Sessions are Monday -Friday from 9AM-4PM.
• Half Day sessions are Monday-Friday from 9AM-12PM or 1PM-4PM.
Spaces are limited.
Please note, snacks may not meet dietary restrictions.
Our camps are peanut free!

Preschool-Kindergarten

June 12-16
9am-12pm: BUBBLEOLOGY: Bubble gum, bubble baths… Bubbles are everywhere! Explore the world of bubbles and learn the science behind the forces that mold these fragile shapes.
1pm-4pm: RAINBOW WORLDS:What makes a rainbow appear in the sky? Learn all about color and the properties of rainbows in this exciting and colorful camp.

June 26-30
9am-12pm: JR. ENGINEER:Do you love building, tinkering, and creating? Become an engineer for the week as you build bridges, skyscrapers, racetracks, and more!
1pm-4pm:DINO RUMBLE: Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as you study real fossils, get messy with a dino dig and meet the museum’s dinosaur descendants.

July 17-21
9am-12pm: BLAST OFF!: Train to become an outer-space explorer! Build and launch a rocket fueled by soda pop and get messy with galaxy inspired space slime!
1pm-4pm:UNDER THE SEA: Dive into the deepest oceans to explore all the mysteries of the sea. Discover the colorful fish and plants that call the ocean home!

July 31-Aug. 4
9am-12pm: JUNGLE FEVER: Get ready for a wild time as we travel through the jungle and learn all about ecosystems and the animals that work together to make their homes.
1pm-4pm: BUGS WORLD: Join us for a creepy, crawly adventure as we learn all about insects and arachnids. Meet our live bugs and create artworks inspired by the bug world!

Grades 1-2

June 12-16
MAD SCIENTIST: Let your mad scientist out as you make objects disappear, use explosions to create art and perfect your evil laugh as you make bubbling potions!

June 19-23
JR. DETECTIVE :Put your sleuth skills to the test as you examine the evidence and solve the crime! Use fingerprints, observational skills, and more to identify the culprit!

June 26-30
ENGINEER IT: Become an engineer as you compete in engineering challenges inspired by nature. Meet some animals who inspire engineers across the world and drive an aquatic robot!

July 10-14
SUPERHERO SCIENCE: Explore the science behind your favorite superheroes with thrilling hands-on experiments. Create your own superhero comic to share with your friends.

July 17-21
SPACE ACADEMY: Train to be an astronaut at the IMAS space academy! Explore gravity, discover our amazing solar system, launch your own rocket and more!

July 24-28
POKEWORLDZ: Explore the fanciful world of Pokémon as we discover the science behind the most popular characters. Create your own comic, discover the electrifying power of pikachu and more!

July 31-Aug. 4
EXPEDITION TO THE UNKNOWN: Join IMAS on an expedition as we explore places unknown and untraveled. Discover the amazing animals found around the world, build your own expedition rover and more!

AUGUST 7-11
MY 5 SENSES: Sight, smell, taste, touch and sound. How important are our five senses? Learn more about our senses and how they help us every day as we put your senses to the test!

Grades 3-5

June 12-16
BOOM, FIZZ, POP, SCIENCE: Become a chemist during this slimy, explosive week of camp. Discover the chemical reactions happening all around us, and even use chemical reactions to inflate a balloon!

June 19-23
CSI EXTRAVAGANZA: Hone your observational skills and learn all about forensics as you solve a mystery at the museum. Collect evidence as you learn about fingerprint, hair, and fiber analysis.

June 26-30
VIDEO GAME TECH: Design your own blocky world with any terrain you can imagine. Build waterfalls and secret mountain passages as you learn about computer coding.

July 10-14
SUPERHERO POWER: How can Superman lift 5x his weight? How can Spiderman’s web be strong enough to lift him? Explore the science behind superhero feats during this thrilling week of camp!

July 17-21
JOURNEY TO SPACE: Join us on an adventure through the solar system! Blast into space as we build and launch rockets. Explore the planets, discover the stars, travel outside of the milky way and more!

July 24-28
POKÉMON SCIENCE: Learn the science behind your favorite Pokémon characters as we explore their different types and powers. Learn about the process of making a cartoon as you create a storyboard.

July 31-Aug. 4
KEEPIN’ IT GREEN: Become an earth scientist for the week as we explore the many ways we can help conserve our planet! Test water, learn about the impacts of pollution, and build an aquatic robot.

August 7-11
HUMAN BODY: Take a virtual tour through the human body and discover the systems that keep us alive. Learn all about the tiny super cells inside us which protect us, self-heal, and change as we grow.

Grades 6-8

June 19-23
ANIMAL FORENSICS: Discover the new field of animal forensics and learn how specialists collect data, use chemical techniques, and species identification to solve wildlife crimes. Put your skills to the test during a mock crime scene investigation.

July 10-14
FACT OR FICTION?: Become a mythbuster as you explore the true science behind superheroes, magic tricks, and popular YouTube sensations. Put each feat to the test with hands-on experiments, demonstrations, and more! Can you tell fact from fiction?

July 24-28
COMIC BOOK ARTIST: Delve into the wonders of animation. We will explore cartooning, comics and anime with fun and immersive fine art projects. Learn about careers in the field of animation and how some of your favorite films are created.

August 7-11
AMAZING ANATOMY: Discover what you’re made of as we explore human anatomy and see just how amazing the human body is. Explore the mechanics of body motion and organ systems with dissections, demonstrations, and experiments!

Jul
24
Mon
Shark Week Celebration @ International Museum of Art & Science
Jul 24 – Jul 30 all-day
Shark Week Celebration @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

Shark-themed art, workshops and a sale at the gift shop are happening all week at IMAS.

Art Studio: Shark fin hats and shark origami
BioZone: Shark teeth exploration and create your own shark tooth impressions.
S.O.S.: Explore shark migration with special presentations.
*Shark Week is included in the price of general admission. Free for IMAS Members.
Gift Shop Sale: 10% OFF Total Purchase
*Gift Shop Sale only during Shark Week.

Sep
6
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Sep 6 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

Oct
4
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Oct 4 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

Nov
1
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Nov 1 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

Dec
6
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Dec 6 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

Feb
7
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Feb 7 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

Mar
7
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Mar 7 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

Apr
4
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
Apr 4 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!

May
2
Wed
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science
May 2 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
IMAS Young Adventurer Early Childhood Days 2017-2018 @ International Museum of Art & Science | McAllen | Texas | United States

IMAS Young Adventurer Days are special hands-on programs that help introduce our youngest scientists and artists to basic concepts. Each day features a special themed story time and an engaging hands-on activity. Programs take place the first Wednesday of every month from September – May. $5 museum members, $10 non-members.

RATES: IMAS Member: $5/Non-Member $10.
Children must be ages 5 or younger.
Register today!
Call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Spaces are limited.

September 6, 2017: Patterns in Nature – There are patterns all around us! Join us as we explore the many patterns found in nature as we read Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails by Betsey Franco. Create your own leaf print to take home!

October 4, 2017: Creep Crawly Science – In celebration of Halloween, join us for a creepy crawly adventure as we read Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk. Learn more about spider webs as you create your own spooky spider web art.

November 1, 2017: Push and Pull! – What is a magnet? How are they used? Join us as we read Pulling Together, Pushing Apart by Natalie Rosinsky. Use the power of magnets to create a one-of-a-kind painting!

December 6, 2017: We Dig Dinos! – Explore the ancient world of dinosaurs as we read Oh Say Can you Dinosaur by Dr. Seuss. Discover the ways scientist learn more about dinosaurs as you create your own dino bones art!

February 7, 2018: My Five Senses – Learn about your five senses and how they help you every day! Join us as we read Look, Listen, Touch and Smell by Pamela Nettleton. Create your own sensory collage as we focus on your sense of touch!

March 7, 2018: Jr. Artist – Discover the world of art and learn about color as we read The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle. Create your own color-mixing chameleon art as you explore different color combinations!

April 4, 2018: Build a Boat! – Why does a boat float? Why may it sink? Join us as we read The Little Boat by Kathy Henderson. Test out materials that sink and float as you build your own boat and test it on the high seas!

May 2, 2018: Robot Inventor – Explore the dazzling world of robotics as we read The Robot Book by Heather Brown. Get creative and become an inventor as you create your own robot using simple shapes!