RadLab Science explores hands-on science fun while following the scientific method to build curiosity & confidence! The curriculum is designed to lead children on an investigative journey with speciality themed weeks to expand individual cognitive skills. Each session, young scientists receive a question, share their hypothesis, investigate, determine results, draw conclusions & perform literary research (reading a book on the week’s theme!).

Incoming 3's, 4’s, 5’s & Pre-K

4:15-5:15, Thursdays

  • Week 1:  January 10 - Mix It Up!

  • Week 2:  January 17 - Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?

  • Week 3:  January 25 - Sink or Float?

  • Week 4:  January 31 - Meet the Mealworms

  • Week 5:  February 28 - Centripetal Fun!

  • Week 6:  March 7 - Dinosaur Dig

  • Week 7:  March 14 - Forces of Flight

  • Week 8:  March 21 - Potential Energy

  • Week 9:  March 28 - Acids & Bases pHun

  • Week 10:  April 4 - Polymer Science

tutition

10 classes for $360

There is a $37.22 one time lab gear fee for new families, which includes a lab coat, goggles & lab notebook for the class. Checks should be made payable to Rad Lab, LLC.

Registration

Families & children new to RadLab can register using the Winter Registration Form 2019. Returning families & children can register using the Returning Family Registration Form Winter 2019. Please email your registration forms to Jennifer at radlabscience@gmail.com.

FAQs

Are there any forms I need to fill out?

Each enrolled child is required to have a current medical form on file (within one year of their last exam) & a completed emergency contact form. Families & children new to RadLab can register using the Winter Registration Form 2019.  Returning families & children can register using the Returning Family Registration Form Winter 2019. Please email your registration forms to Jennifer at radlabscience@gmail.com.

How do you deal with peanut allergies?

CDSW is a peanut & nut-free school.

What are the class requirements?

Due to the nature of the experiments we will be conducting, children must be three before the start of the first class. Children must also be potty trained before enrolling in classes. Classes are full of hands-on science, which often means lots of mess!  Please dress your children in appropriate clothes that can get dirty.  In addition, please dress your children in closed-toed shoes to protect feet from spills & mess. Long hair should be pulled back so that it doesn’t interfere with the fun!  

What if I have more questions about RadLab Science?

Please visit www.radlabscience.com or email Jennifer at radlabscience@gmail.com