We are working hard on putting together variety of field trips programs catering different ages and customized to fit your curriculum. Share with us your ideas so we can serve your teaching needs better.
Currently available topics for Field trips:
How things work?
Guided tour with the focus on physics and mechanics. Science show followed by hands-on workshop where children get to make their own mechanical toy or explore dry ice, liquid nitrogen or different chemical reactions on their own.
World around us
Guided tour with the focus on natural phenomena. Interactive story time followed by hands-oncreative workshop.
Imagination under construction
Fun group creative activity and dress-up play time. Interactive story time followed by hands-onthematic creative workshop.
After school programs (ECA):
Squish it and bash it, roll it, flatten it, decorate it and join it to make something new and exciting!Clay is one of the most effective tactile art mediums for personal growth and exploring creativeskills in children. It's a brilliant and fun way to get back to basics while also creating three-dimensional projects. Clay supports kids’ visualization and self-discipline. Workshops cover a rangeof materials and making techniques and using decorative slips.
Students learn the basics of sewing techniques they'll use for years to come in a simple, creative andfun way.While enjoying learning to sew, children develop important life and career skills such as problem-solving, patience and perseverance.Projects will be tailored to skill level of the individual so that a beginner as well as someone that hassewing experience will be appropriately challenged and learn new skills!
Out of CurioCITY or How things work?
Fun group creative activity and dress-up play time. Interactive story time followed by hands-onthematic creative workshop. Did you know that some of your toys work using basic science principles? In our class kids will explore how things work, from simple mechanisms to complicated machines. Kids will make their own project based on objects’ basic principles of work. The workshop inspires kids to make, break, and fix things and focuses on sparking kids' creativity and develop their problem-solving skills with the help of science, technology, design, and other types of projects and experiments.
Inquiries are welcomed: firstname.lastname@example.org