AFTER-SCHOOL

Winter 2022

Registration is open!

It’s time for a new season of making at KID Museum! Your students are sure to enjoy one of our brand new, hands-on after-school programs. Our professional maker educators have been hard at work to create sessions featuring coding, robotics, animal adaptations, woodworking, and so much more!

What are you waiting for? Jump back into fun and exploration with KID Museum this winter.

8-Week Sessions
Dates: January 10, 2022 – March 16, 2022
Times: 4:30 – 6pm*
Grades: K – 1st, 2nd – 3rd, 4th – 5th, and 6th – 8th

Price
Members: $275
Nonmembers: $300

Members: Be sure to login prior to checkout to access early registration and discounts.

K – 1st grade programs run from 4:30 – 5:30pm.

See our Policies and COVID-19 Health & Safety Protocols for more information about our programs.

Hands-on learning with KID Museum after-school programs.

Mondays, January 10 - March 14

K – 1st Grade | Kinder Coders

Coding, robotics, and fun! This program introduces young learners to basic concepts with developmentally-appropriate tools like Ozobots & Scratch Jr, as well as through “unplugged” games and open play. Kinder Coders will “de-code” the magic of technology as they practice making animations, programming robots, and using sensors.

Educator: Gavin

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2nd – 3rd Grade | Sound on!

Make some noise! In this class, you’ll learn about sound as you never have before. From designing and building wacky instruments, to inventing devices that help us “see” sound, and recording our own mystery soundscapes, students will explore how sound is created, travels, and can be used to make music or movie sound effects.

Educator: Kevin

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Tuesdays, January 11 - March 15

2nd – 3rd Grade | Amazing Adaptations

Dive into the amazing world of animal adaptations! For example, how have some desert creatures learned to survive without water? Let’s think like engineers to invent creative ways to help animals survive in an ever changing climate. Explore coding, circuits, and other fabrication techniques while investigating the many fascinating ways that animals (and humans) have adapted throughout history.

Educator: Sydney

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4th – 5th Grade | Uncommon Robots

What does it really mean to build a robot? Learn to think outside the box of how robots move, look, and function. Using microcontrollers, coding, sensor and circuits, and hands-on fabrication techniques, you’ll design and build robots out of unconventional materials that can do unexpected things.

Educator: Cori

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Wednesdays, January 12 - March 16

K – 1st Grade | Kinder Coders

Coding, robotics, and fun! This program introduces young learners to basic concepts with developmentally-appropriate tools like Ozobots & Scratch Jr, as well as through “unplugged” games and open play. Kinder Coders will “de-code” the magic of technology as they practice making animations, programming robots, and using sensors.

Educator: Sydney

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6th – 9th Grade | Out of the Woodwork

Take a deep dive into all things woodworking: build your own wooden toy, design an engraved name plate, and engineer your own wood projects. You’ll have the opportunity to build agency and innovate in the woodshop, while learning how to use basic tools like drills and handsaws, and more advanced tools like jigsaws and the CNC router.

Educator: Gavin

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Questions? Email us at info@kid-museum.org.