Tiny Tot Explorers

Tiny Tot Explorers

Calling all explorers 2–5 years old! Along with your favorite adult, join us in exploring nature through songs, games, hands-on fun, and museum adventures. An appropriate snack is provided.

Tiny Tot Explorers (ages 3–5) meet on selected mornings from 11 a.m.–noon.

You may register for a single session or an entire series. Session size is limited to only 10 adult/child pairs, so register today!

 

 

Spring 2018 Series (Select Wednesdays, 11 a.m.–noon):

  • March 7: March of the Moose
  • March 14: Antler Antics
  • March 21: Once Upon a Time
  • March 28: Animal Alphabet
  • April 4: Magnificent Mammals
  • April 11: Amazing Amphibians
  • April 18: Bugs & Butterflies
  • April 25: Trees, Leaves, and Seeds

Summer 2018 Series (Select Wednesdays; 11 a.m.–noon):

  • July 11: Teddy Bear Picnic(*bring your favorite stuffed bear along!)
  • July 18: Dynamic Dinosaurs
  • July 25: Mushy Gushy Science
  • August 1: Fossil Frenzy
  • August 8: Bodacious Birds
  • August 15: What’s in the Dirt?
  • August 22: Dino-Mite Discovery
  • August 29: Creative Camouflage
Member fees:
$20 per child pair per session (*Adult required to attend)
$150 per child pair for full Spring or Summer Series (8 sessions)
$10 per each additional child/sibling per session
Nonmember fees:
$25 per child pair per session (*Adult required to attend)
$190 per child pair for full Spring or Summer Series (8 sessions)
$10 per each additional child/sibling per session
To register:
Call 215-299-1060.
The Academy will call participants on the Monday before the scheduled class to announce any unexpected cancellations.
For general information, contact Christine Danowsky at 215-405-3798 or cad364@drexel.edu

Families with children ages 5–12 may want to consider Academy Explorers Camp.

Downloads:

2017 Camp Brochure

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