STEAM School is a program for preschoolers ages three and up, who are curious about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math and who would like to pursue challenges beyond the preschool curriculum. Class time will be organized around a theme in order to structure and connect learning concepts for students. Each week, children will both operate independently and collaboratively on math, technology, science, engineering and art projects. Each section of STEAM School will meet one hour a week, in eight-week sessions during the school year, and weekly drop-in workshops in the summer. During sessions, parents will not be asked to stay.
The objective of STEAM School is to expose students to as much thought-provoking material as possible. Students’ projects will be diverse and include things like investigating different biomes and organisms, constructing simple machines, considering animal adaptations, investigating age-appropriate physics themes such as surface tension.
STEAM School is a great opportunity to engage young learners in a love of STEAM-related subjects when they are most open to developing and maintaining enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering, art and math.
If you are interested in enrolling your child in in STEAM School or are looking for more information, please contact Kathryn through the web form or call 617-680-2728. For session dates, please check the “Session Dates” tab; to register, use the “Registration” tab.