Who: Children grades 1-6 / ages 6-12
When: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday September 11 - December 13, 3- 6 PM (limit 1 day/week)
Where: Lesley university, University Hall, 1815 Massachusetts Ave, room 2-124
Fee: 13 weeks: $390, add $65 for walking bus pick up from Kennedy School in Somerville and local CPS bus stops.
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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.
Below is a PRELIMINARY REGISTRATION link. Filling the form serves as submission of interest. Once we receive your preliminary interest we will be in contact within a week by email confirming your child(s) day and a more detailed form, necessary paperwork, and billing information.
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Math Circle will return for the fall 2018 semester!
At Math Circle, we will talk about exciting topics that don’t get covered in the classroom. We will explore math through playing games and discussing what you’ve learned. You will challenge yourself while discovering patterns, learning math-based strategies, and discovering why math works and not just the procedure to solve a problem.
Below is a PRELIMINARY REGISTRATION link. Filling the form serves as submission of interest. Once we receive your preliminary interest we will be in contact within a week by email.
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.