Spring Class List

All our classes are open to everyone, no matter what the location.  You can sign up for individual classes at anytime, or sign up for the whole month for the discount.  Please click on the link to register.  Camps, Clubs, and Mobile Labs are on their own pages.

STEAM in the Ancient World

Each month students will explore myth, art, science, math and more in various ancient civilizations.  We will find each civilization on a timeline and a map to help place them.  This session covers the Vikings, India and Persia, Celts, Ancient Africa, and China and Japan.  Grades 1-2.

Tuesday 1:45-2:45 at Discovery Hub

Amazing Architecture

Each week we will explore a different feature of architecture and a famous structure or naturally created inspiration for each.  Our architects will then put their new knowledge to the test in designing and building their own structures.  Grades 1-2

Fridays 3:00-4:00 at Kairos Learning Center

 Science of Science Fiction

Each month we will explore a different theme from science fiction while reading excerpts from some examples.  We will compare scientific knowledge with what we read to separate fact from fantasy and experiment with the themes we discuss.  We’ll cover space, oceanography, robots, time travel, and technology.  Grades 3-5

Fridays 2:00-3:00 at Kairos Learning Center

Crack the Case

 Students will explore some of the science used to solve crimes.  We will study DNA and fingerprints, explore bones, and practice identifying unknown substances.  Put your knowledge to the test to solve a case.  

Fridays in July 3:30-4:30 Three Oaks Community Center**

*  Part of signing your child in at drop off is indicating that your child and household are free of covid and have not recently been exposed.

** This link will take you to the City of Vacaville’s Parks and Recreation Department, which will require a login in to sign up.

All classes are $20 per session or $60/75 for the month.  Email mollieatimaginethat@gmail.com for more information.  Please see our club page for information on Dungeons and Dragons, Robotics and Science Club or our mobile class page for information on bringing classes to your classroom or small group.  Camps have their own separate page.  Grades are suggested based on content level, but students outside the age range are welcome if they can participate appropriately.