Explores STEM in a fun, developmentally appropriate way! Sessions include structured maker activities as well as plenty of time for open play with our interactive exhibits. Learn in a welcoming, creative environment that nurtures curiosity and encourages children to discover what they can make through exploration and skill building activities.

4 and 5

$75 members
$81 nonmembers

Session Length
3 weeks

1:30 – 3:00pm

Parents are welcome, but not required, to stay for workshops. A responsible adult must remain in the building (upstairs in Davis Library, or sitting in our lounge area). An adult may be responsible for more than their own child (ie. a child’s friend(s)).

Registration is open!

Fridays, October 5 - 19


What is a robot? How do they move and interact with the world around them? Explore these questions and more through hands-on activities, games, and challenges with different robotics kits designed specifically for early learners.

Maker Educator: Amanda
Class Size: 8


Fridays, November 2 - 16


Calling all future builders! Little ones will love using real woodshop tools like hammers, saws, and drivers. Parents will love the fine motor practice, spatial reasoning, and creativity happening in the activities and projects. 

Maker Educator: Amanda
Class Size: 8


Fridays, November 30 - December 14


Electricity is all around us! This session lets preschoolers explore all things electric. Learn about electricity, circuits, switches and more through exciting maker projects.

Maker Educator: Amanda
Class Size: 8


Preschool Field Trips: Preschool classes can come and experience KID Museum. Contact us to schedule your group visit!

Questions? Call us at 301-897-5437 or email