Little Engineers

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Little Engineers Fall: STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)

STEAM for young children promotes inquiry learning through active (often hands-on) experiences that support building understanding and vocabulary, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and reflection. These classes will be based on the roots of the disciplines in a fun and engaging way. Each class is stand-alone or come to all for a in-depth look at the topics. 

When: Wednesday Mornings from 9 to 10 am

What: Discuss Science, Experience Hands-on Activities, and Private Museum Exploration.

Price: $23 a Child/Caregiver pair. Buy 3 get 1 free.

September Science

Sept 14 - Observation using 5 senses to explore the world

Sept 21 - Experimentation, what will happen?

Sept 28 - Analyzing using Scientific tools

October Engineering

Oct 5 Problem solving, developing a way to identify and solve problems

Oct 12 Brainstorming unique and interesting ways to fix problems

Oct 19 Building construct and make innovative designs

Oct 26 Testing and Modifying- changing designs to make them better

November Art

Nov 2 Crayons/Markers/and Pencils 

Nov 9 Paint

Nov 16 Clay/Dough

Nov 30 Recycled Materials and Photography

December Math

Dec 7 Shapes and Sorting. Discover beginning math concepts used in Science

Dec 14 Numbers/Time/Measurement. Discover ways Math is used in STEAM

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Frequently Asked Questions 

Can I register two children?

Of course, as long as both are ages 2-5.

Can we stay to explore the Museum more after class?


Can I take only one class? All of the classes? Does my child need to know anything in particular to participate?

Classes are designed to be stand-alone lessons, with no prerequisite knowledge or skills besides a willingness to be curious and have fun! Feel free to pick your favorite or sign up for them all. 

Are we only going to learn about planes?

Not at all! While we love aviation, Little Engineers encourages children to ask questions about the world around them, and find the science and engineering in their everyday lives. 

My child is bright and chatty/shy and methodical/full of energy/not reading yet/reading at a third grade level. Will they be a good fit for this program?

Absolutely. Our lesson plans are highly flexible and child-driven, and all activities are easily adapted to any ability level. Most importantly, our main goal is to have fun!

Who will be teaching the class?

Ms. Anney loves cats and cows, enjoys reading stories, and enjoys playing and collaborating.


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