Fun, hands-on learning opportunity for kids under 5. $5 members/$10 non-members per session. Register in advance: (956) 682-0123.
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 as well as an exciting and engaging hands-on activity. Programs last approximately 30-45 minutes and take place the first Wednesday of every month. CHILDREN MUST BE 5 YEARS OR YOUNGER. Rates: IMAS Member: $5/ Non-Member $10. To register today, call our reservationist at (956) 682-0123, weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
September 7: Space Adventures- Blast into space as we explore our solar system. Take part in a special story time reading of Hedgie Blast Off by Jan Brett. Discover the ways we learn about space as you create your own constellation!
October 5: Water Worlds Learn about the water cycle including rain, clouds, and more as we read All the Water in the World by George Ella Lyon. Then, create your own water cycle model using fun sensory materials!
November 2: My First Quilt Explore the world of color, texture, and pattern as your young artist discovers the world of quilts. We will read Just a Quilt? by Dalen Keys followed by a hands-on paper quilt activity.
December 7: Animals of Folk Art Take a look at the world of folk art as we read Market Day by Lois Ehlert. Examine examples of Mexican folk art masks then design your own folk art inspired lion mask to take home!
January 4: Animal Origami Join us as we read The Little Bookshop and the Origami Army! by Michael Foreman. Identify various basic shapes and use your knowledge to create an origami puppy of your very own!
February 8: Bugs Have you ever watched butterflies flutter around your backyard? Join us in a journey from caterpillar to butterfly as we read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Create your own caterpillar to take home.
March 1: Build it Tall Become an engineer as we read Henry Builds a Cabin by D.B. Johnson. Test out your engineering design skills as you build a spaghetti and marshmallow palace!
April 5: Imaginary Botanicals How do tiny seeds transform into flowers? How do some plants help animals? Discover this and more as we read The Seeds of Milkweed, written by students from East End Elementary School! Start your own butterfly garden as we plant milkweed seeds!
May 3: Super Hero Science It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s all about science? Take a journey you’re your fellow explorers as we read Superhero Max by Lawrence David. Then, put your thinking ‘cape’ on as you participate in exciting hands-on superhero science activities!