i.d.e.a. for Early Learners
Are you looking for an opportunity for your preschooler(s) to build skills and prepare for school? We have a learning adventure made for your child(ren) at i.d.e.a. for Early Learners. This three-week series offers an engaging curriculum combining literacy, art, science and math for children ages* 3 to 5.
Please note: Registration closes Sunday, April 10. An open house is planned for 10 a.m. – noon on Friday, April 8. *Children must be toilet trained. Minimum class size: 8 students. Maximum: 12.
Classes will take place 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesdays & Fridays April 13-29. During each class, children will be introduced to different themes and activities to inspire a curiosity for learning and develop skills needed for school.
The i.d.e.a. Museum is devoted to early childhood learning opportunities, therefore, i.d.e.a. for Early Learners aims to help young children and their families prepare for a smooth and successful transition into school. Each series introduces a new curriculum for returning participants.
We are currently working on program themes and developing plans for additional sessions, with the goal to offer more dates later in the summer.
If you are interested in our i.d.e.a. for Early Learners sessions, please contact Museum Education Assistant Katelyn Jaworski.