There's nothing quite like seeing a child's eyes light up when they learn something new. Light that spark early with our Young Discoverers program, a science-themed story and activity time for children aged 3 - 5 years and their guardians. Young Discoverers is held Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10:30am - 11am here at the Center and is free with admission (and free for members!).
WEDNESDAYS - FRIDAYS AT 10:30 AM
- An age-appropriate story read by one of our educators
- Activity time that will educate and entertain your child
- The opportunity to learn and have fun together
MARCH YOUNG DISCOVERS' SCHEDULE
March is Dinosaurs!
MAR 7th- 9th: What makes a Dinosaur a Dinosaur: Calling all Dino fans! Do you know what things scientists look for when classifying a dinosaur? Learn the criteria for being a dinosaur and why scientists sort creatures into different classes.
MAR 14th- 16th: Leaving an Impression: Paleontologists don't just study bones. There are other, sometimes even more important, forms of prehistoric evidence that help to tell the Dinosaur tale. Learn what footprints and tracks can tell us about how these creatures lived.
MAR 21st- 23rd: Fizzing Dinosaur Claws: Come learn about the fossilization process that turns bones into rocks. This process takes millions of years and lots can go wrong, causing some fossils to dissolve.