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Natural History classes offer both dynamic scientific experiments and close observations of nature.

Diverse classes not only increase the participating children’s interest in natural phenomena but also develop their creativity. Some of the exciting curriculums of Natural History Classes in the past were The Secret of Bouncing Balls, Dancing Magnets, Plants that Eat Insects, Light and Colors, Secret Letters Written in Flower Extract, The Process of Volcanic Eruptions, Planes that Fly Well, Following the Rainbow, and The Life of Shellfish.

Participants Kindergarteners and elementary school students
Classes offered Various programs that include close observations of nature and dynamic scientific experiments
Class periods Spring (March-June)
Summer (July-August)
Fall (September-December)
Winter (January-February)