It’s like an all-you-can-eat buffet of science! Through hands-on projects and experimentation, your child will explore many branches of applied science, indoors and out. Chemistry, microscopes, drones, astronomy, magnets, rockets, and more—there’s something new every day!
• Five day, Monday to Friday program:
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day
• Optional extended care:
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. $45 per week and/or
4:00 – 6:00 p.m. $90 per week
• Optional lunch: N/A
• Inquire about our Counselor in Training (CIT) program:
for students in high school
• Limited to 8 children, rising 3d to 5th grade
• $25 sibling or multi-session discount applies
• Call for your personal referral coupon code and save!
• Child to instructor & assistant ratio is 7:1 or less
• Your instructor, bio-med engineering student Brett Zaorsky
This sampler is geared toward rising 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. The week is divided into modules: rocketry, chemistry, drone clinic & professional gyroscope demonstration, microscope lab, structures, astronomy, magnetism, simple machines, engineering, and experimentation. There are plenty of outdoor activities, games, and challenges, and the freedom to explore. At the end of the week, we stage a mini science fair so your child can share what they’ve discovered.
All the Super Science Sampler activities are designed to expand your child’s knowledge and skills, all while having fun and making new friends. Many modules have an outdoor component, taking advantage of the majestic open spaces and beautiful landscape of Lasell University. Mid-morning and afternoon we take a 20-minute recess and get outside for some good old fashioned play time. Games, challenges and the freedom to explore add to the fun!
Insatiable curiosity—it comes naturally to a young child. The idea is to give your child the freedom to try things out and have fun! Based on a self-determination theory in education, children “own the science.” They will hone their ability to observe, wonder, and ask questions. Every day brings something new, engaging your young one and keeping things active. Doing. Exploring. Tinkering. Building. Experimenting. Making new friends and having fun!