Wheaton - Schedule and Curriculum
During the academic year (Sep-May) classes are offered Tuesday - Saturday. In the summer, we will have a limited class schedule during the week.
- Classes are taught by age groups: Toddler Discovery Science, preK/Kindergarten, 1st-3rd grade, and 4th-6th.
- Students select and reserve a day/time each week to attend.
- Our classes are designed so that you can begin anytime.
- If you are ready to sign up, click on the schedule below and select a class membership, or call the center at (630) 517-8045
- Classes begin September 12th
Our Standard Monthly Membership and VIP Monthly Membership class options allow parents to select the membership that best meets the needs for their family. These memberships allow you to take one class per week, at a reserved day/time, and are paid on a monthly basis (based on enrollment date). Families receive 20% off when they enroll two or more children. Discounts cannot be combined and prices are subject to change. To make it easy for our families, both memberships auto-renew and charge your credit card.
VIP MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP
Our VIP Monthly membership comes with 12 great hands-on science classes (4 per month). It allows students to take one class per week at a reserved day/time. Students can miss 1 class per month and make it up. Students have special access to our Loyalty program (early camp registration, special offers). Charges are billed to your card every month based on enrollment date.
STANDARD MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP
Our monthly membership allows students to take one class per week at a reserved day/time (4 per month). Students can miss 1 class per month and make it up. Charges are billed to your card every month based on enrollment date.
2017-2018 Academic Year Class Descriptions
Every class that we design at Kids Science Labs begins with a fundamental question that is asked by kids everyday, and then hands-on science is used as a vehicle for engaging, discovering, and learning through actual experience, not just explanation. Each week, we introduce new classes for kids. This 2017/2018 we have some outstanding new classes for our students.
- Science Fundamentals for Curious Kids (2017/2018) (Kids JK-K, 1st-3rd Grade, 4th-6th Grade)
- Toddler Discovery Science is taught for kids 2-3yrs.
Kids are curious about how things work, and whether its through sports, dance, or exploring the sandbox at the park, we teach cool science to kids as young as 2, to give them perspective, and start developing their creativity and need to innovate early, so they can outperform the rest of their lives. No need to wait until graduate school
Science Fundamentals for Curious Kids (2017/2018)- JK/k, 1st-3rd, 4th-6th
Science is relevant to curious kids and parents every day. It helps them understand why cereal gets soggy (absorption), why honey moves so slowly (viscosity), and how to make their fidget spinners spin even longer (friction). Kids will investigate the science behind modern marvels, from pyramids and earth moving equipment to flatscreen TV technology and the power of simple magnets. This program inspires kids to think critically about how the world works by exploring the fundamentals of chemistry and physics while offering kids a world class introduction to design.
TODDLER DISCOVERY SCIENCE 24-42MONTHS: (SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS)
At home, our 2-3 year olds are always exploring. They open cabinets, dump ingredients on the floor, mix their dinner, and build with blocks. All of these activities are science and at Kids Science Labs, we don't hesitate to call pancake mix a viscous solution, because that's just a word that the kids will absorb and apply. Our Toddler Discovery Science Classes are for kids to explore in groups of 6-8 other parent/child families, where they have to freedom to engage, ask, and understand the natural things that they are curious about.
In this parent participation series, our toddlers will move from exploring How Stuff Works to a Science Fundamentals series. Our youngest scientists (Ages 24-42 months) will do experiments with measuring, building, making observations, and identifying objects to tickle the investigator in us all.