Boston STEM Lab is a hands-on program for children and their parents or caregivers. Through play and experimentation students learn about science and engineering in a fun and intuitive way. Classes are instructed by Eugenia Rojas – a neuroscientist PhD (learn more about Eugenia)
Our programs bring hands-on virtual STEM learning for children ages 3-5 and 5-8.
**Stay tuned for Fall virtual offerings – schedule coming up soon!**
– Engineering Challenges (July 27 and July 30) – Registration deadline is July 20 (please register ASAP as Eugenia’s STEM programs fill up quickly!)
In this class students learn the engineering design process as they face different engineering challenges in a two-class workshop.
- Ages 5-8: Two classes – Monday 7/27 and Thursday 7/30 @ 2:30 – 3:15 pm ($32) Fully booked (email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist)
- Ages 3-5: Two classes – Monday 7/27 and Thursday 7/30 @ 3:30 -4:15 pm ($32) There is still room!
NEW! August Session – just added
Our STEM summer camp consists of six sessions offered twice a week over the course of three weeks. Classes are 45 min long
– Matter around us (August 3 – 20). Ages 5-8. Mondays and Thursdays 2:30 – 3:15 pm ($96)
In this class students will explore Earth elements and their chemistry. Students will learn about the states of matter and phase transitions, they will prepare mixtures by combining substances and their separation, and through experimentation, making of new things from scratch and doing science-art students will discover a new world.
– Nature around us (August 3 – 20). Ages 3-5. Mondays and Thursdays 3:30 – 4:15 pm ($96)
In this class our young scientists will explore living organisms through experimentation, play, and the making of models. Students will plant seeds and observe them grow to full plants. We will also learn about insects and the habitat of a snail.
Materials for camp are inexpensive and easily found at home or at your convenience store. Eugenia will suggest replacements if there are any you can’t find! Please check the register page to find examples of materials needed