Mon. January 15 – Outstanding Optics
Mon. February 19 – Rockin’ Rocks
Mon. March 5 – Games Galore
Half Day (9:00-12:00pm) $50
Full Day (9:00-4:00pm) $90
PreK (ages 3-5 years)
Mon. January 15 – Pete the Cat
Mon. February 19 – Winter Olumpics
Mon. March 5 – Oreo Day
AM (9:30-11:30am) $30
Extend for lunch (9:30-12:00pm) $35
Explore the science of light and tricks of the eye. Optical illusions, the science of moving pictures, mirrors and lasers are part of the fun during Outstanding Optics. Create your own experiments and designs using the science of how we see.
Do you know someone who loves rocks? During Rockin’ Rocks, we’ll explore the rock cycle and building with rocks. Simulate the heating and cooling cycle that creates various rocks, test rocks using scientific techniques, and make sedimentary rock cookies.
Stretch your problem solving and thinking skills with a day of games! We’ll use logic, strategy, teamwork and communication in Games Galore. 3rd-5th graders in the full-day workshop will design and create their own board games including game pieces using the 3D printer.
Explore each day with science experiments, crafts, movement games based on the theme of the day. Discover Pete the Cat’s antics, train for the Winter Olympics and explore opposites with national Oreo Day.
Ages & Groupings
Children will be grouped by age. We can usually accommodate friendship requests within grades.
Noggin Builders only serves foods that do not contain nuts and are not made in a facility with nuts.
There will be a small snack served during each workshop. Typical snacks are items such as goldfish crackers, veggie straws or fruit. You may send your own snack if you wish. Please send a water bottle.
Full day attendees: Please send a nut free lunch with your child.
Tuition is fully refundable up to one-week prior to the workshop. Cancellations received in writing (via email) between one-week and 3 days prior to the workshop will receive a credit for the full amount of tuition paid to be applied to future programs. Cancellations received in writing (via email) after that time, will receive a credit of 80% of tuition paid to be applied to future programs.