*If you have Credit with Aurora Skills, please email Dawn Young dawn@auroraskills.com before registering for this class.

Grades K – 2

Fall 2021 – Tuesdays

Sept – 14, 21, 28
Oct – 5, 12, 19, 26
Nov – 9, 16, 23, 30
Dec – 7, 14, 21
Jan – 4, 11, 18, 25


Does your child love to experiment and ask questions about the world around them? If so, it sounds like you already have a little scientist on your hands! Snapology’s Scientists program helps children explore their curiosities and cultivate a deep love for science by experiencing the different domains of scientific study. Students will engage with concepts from the fields of astronomy, earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics using LEGO® bricks and other interactive learning tools. We make science fun, exciting, and approachable at Snapology!

What the Students Will Learn

Science Topics
From atoms and molecules to ecosystems and constellations, your child will be exposed to a wide variety of science concepts in Snapology’s Scientists program. They will discuss these topics with their classmates and a trained Snapologist in order to use those complex concepts to build concrete examples that show their knowledge while providing plenty of space for creativity. You will be amazed at the knowledge your child gains through our hands-on, student-focused activities!

Presentation Skills
Many school-age students struggle when it comes to their presentation skills in the classroom. Snapology will help your child feel more comfortable presenting in front of a class by having the child explain their unique creations to their peers in an inviting low-stakes way. Presenting their creations will help their confidence in front of a group of people and will translate into their everyday self-assurance in the classroom.

Teamwork/Partner Skills
Small groups and peer partners are key components of Snapology’s classroom approach. We emphasize positive teamwork skills in our programs and constantly work to develop healthy, respectful collaborations between students. Through group planning, sharing of materials, and fun partner experiences, students become more cognizant of how to interact with their peers in a respectful and productive way.