Newton Community Education will offer STEM courses for kids of all ages this winter. Register now at newtoncommunityed.org or call 617-559-6999.
Over the winter school break, the Mathnasium will hold a Multiplication Carnival for Grades 3-5. Register for a 3-hour program, 9:30AM-12:30PM on December 27, 28, or 29. For more information, email email@example.com.
Empow Studios will offer NanoCamps December 26-28 over the winter school vacation. And for a limited time, Empow is offering a 12% discount on registrations for its 2019 camps over school breaks and summer vacation.
New England Sci-Tech is a non-profit STEM education center and maker space on the Natick/Wellesley line (16 Tech Circle in Natick), launched last June. It offers classes and workshops in a wide range of STEM fields, amateur radio licensing, maker lab space, summer and after-school programs, public astronomy nights, educational support for schools and home-schoolers, tutoring, support for science fairs and other student STEM projects, space rentals for birthday parties, and more. Sign up for its mailing lists or become a member (rates of $25 to $75 per month).
Empow Studios has announced its 2019 schedule for camps with a 15% discount available through October 31. This includes vacation camps in February and April (in Brookline, Lexington, and Newton) as well as summer camps (in Belmont, Back Bay, Brookline, Franklin, Lexington, Natick, Newton, Shrewsbury, and other locations coming soon). Camp themes include Tech & Design, Java Coding, and Minecraft.
Empow Studios in Lexington and Newton will offer single-day NanoCamps on the following days that public schools will not be in session: September 10 & 19, October 8, November 6 (Lexington only) & 12, December 26-28, and January 21. Register online.
Also, Empow Studios’ fall schedule is open for registration, including clubs for MineCraft, Girls STEAM, Video Game Design, Coding, Robotics, and YouTube.
Tufts University’s Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) still has room in the following Spring vacation workshops:
Boston’s Museum of Science offers these experiences for February school-vacation week:
- Extended Hours: 9AM-7PM through Saturday, February 24 (and until 9PM on Fridays, as usual).
- Dream Big: Engineering Our World IMAX Film: The Museum will offer free screenings of Dream Big at 10AM each day, February 18-24, thanks to NCEES to honor National Engineers Week. Tickets will be available at the box office at 9AM each day on a first come, first served basis to those with exhibit halls admission.
- Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature: Due to high demand for the maze itself, complimentary timed tickets will be issued at its entrance on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis.
- Planetarium Shows
- Wicked Smart: Permanent exhibit of products and technologies invented in the Boston area.
Tufts University’s Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) still has room in its February break workshop for Grades 3-5, running February 20-23, 9AM-3PM. Students will explore game design and learn about the engineering design process through play-testing and iterative design using both craft materials and Scratch coding. The cost is $400. Register here.
Newton Community Education will host the following STEM programs during the February school vacation: