Learning about science in a class is safer than experiencing it by ingesting a beaker or reanimating a cherished family parakeet. Bring science to life with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $15 for a three-hour Parents Night Out program for a child aged 3–11 (up to a $30 value). Regular sessions run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., but kids can stay as late as 11 p.m. for an additional $8 per hour.
- $29 for one day of a Winter Break Camp session (up to a $62 value). Kids aged 6–13 meet for six hours of science, art robotics and/or technology.
- $85 for a six-week Saturday class program for a child aged 6–9 or 10–13 (up to a $176 value).
- $99 for a six-week Homeschool class or Preschool program for a child aged 3–13 (up to a $200 value).
In all programs, kids are split into groups to tackle age-appropriate, hands-on science, art, and technology activities. Depending on the program and the age group, those might include drawing, painting, crystal growing, machine building with education kits, defusing robot uprisings, and programming kits. Clients can choose from Winter Break Camp dates on December 20 and 26, and January 2, 4, and 7.
Imagine That! And Future Tech
Imagine That! and Future Tech founder Kelly Williams has always loved science and art—up until her children were toddlers, she had spent her life building a career as an environmental engineer working for the EPA. But when she began volunteering as a leader of art and science programs at her local church and school, she unexpectedly discovered that she loved teaching children even more. Since 1995, Imagine That! and Future Tech learning centers have fostered a passion for science and technology in students aged 3 through 14. Alongside hands-on, age-appropriate instruction in the basics of physics, chemistry, and simple machines, the kids learn to work futuristic wonders such as building and programming robots to navigate obstacle courses and follow instructions. Science camps and workshops at locations all over the Atlanta metropolitan area give children a firm foundation in the sciences and prepare them for tomorrow’s world of ever-more-advanced computers and automatic doors.