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)
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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.
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.