If you’re looking for regularly scheduled activities for your kids this fall but aren’t sure where to start, we’re here to help with our Online Fall Semester Open House from September 8-11. Our semester programs are live, interactive and take place in small groups (also known as “pods”). Programs can meet daily, once a week or twice a week and are the perfect way to give your kids the routine and peer-to-peer relationships they need. The Fall Semester Open House lets you try free demo classes from the programs you’re considering to help you find your perfect fit for fall!
On September 9, join The Art in Science for a sample her "Young STEAMers" program! Young STEAMers is a distinct program designed to instill love science to young children (ages 4-6). This semester we will explore various science disciplines - chemistry, physics, biology and astronomy. We will meet twice a week for one hour. Every class is stand-alone so drop-ins are welcome.
For this class please prepare:
2 paper plates
1 bag skittles
1/4 cup warm water
When to arrive:
For this class please prepare: 2 paper plates 1 bag of skittles 1/4 cup warm water
0.5 minutes in advance
Upcoming Schedule for The Art in Science: KidPass Fall Semester Open House
The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist-slash-artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In this program, kids learn science topics with hands-on activities that turn into interesting artworks that are both pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.
Orna, the heart and soul behind The Art in Science, is a scientist and an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. After years of investigating human hormones, she decided to dedicate her time to develop a special curriculum to enrich kids in science and excite them about art.
In her program, The Art in Science, the kids learn various scientific concepts and perform experiments that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.
Orna holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Biology and a Ph. D. in Molecular Biology, followed by post-doctorate research at UC Berkeley and Stanford University, where she conducted Bioinformatics research.