Our Fall 2019 session now has a Waitlist. If you are interested in signing up for WL for the fall, please do so, but note your child(ren) will be placed on the waitlist. There is no need to send in a deposit check until receiving confirmation of placement.
Who: Children grades 1-6 / ages 6-12
When: Tuesdays only - September 9-December 16, 2019 (not meeting on November 26)
Where: Lesley University, 1815 Massachusetts Ave, room 2-124 and local green-spaces
Fee: $420 for the entire session (includes the $100 non-refundable deposit). After school pick-up is an additional $5 per pick-up ($70 for the whole semester)
Sliding scale available upon request, contact email@example.com.
Learn from and with University scientists and students, spend time in the labs, technology-rich environments, studios, and urban greenspace. Enjoy hands-on investigations into the ecology of local plants and animals. Study a diverse city habitats including neighborhoods, parks, playgrounds, and preserves. Explore the form, function, and design of urban landscapes. Design your own experiment. Activities include outdoor explorations, engineering, construction, and, maker-space technology. Arts are integrated across the program through drawing, acting, dance, photography, and digital film. Enjoy a relaxed and playful academic atmosphere. For more programmatic info and FAQ's, head to the "About" page.
Math Circle is open to girls in middle school (grades 6-8). Math circle runs for two 6 week sessions held during the Spring 2019 semester.
Math Circle as a great place for kids who enjoy math and would like to get a chance to explore math in ways that might be outside the school curriculum, including games, puzzles, group discussion, and hands-on activities.
Where: Lesley University Hall,
1815 Massachusetts Ave
When: Fridays from 3:30 - 5 PM.
Session 1: September 20-October 25 (not meeting on November 29)
Session 2: November 1-December 13
Fee: $120 per session (1 sessions includes 6 weeks of Math Circle)
WonderLab is teaming up with the Cambridge Environmental Literacy Project to offer ecological STEAM-based field trips to an early start pre-school and several kindergarten classrooms at local greenspaces and Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Lesley students will provide hands-on investigations such as macroinvertebrate sampling and pollinator monitoring that will engage students in authentic research-based experiences that supports Mt. Auburn citizen science projects. If you are interested in more information, send us an email.