Early Learners

Early Learning is so important and so fun!  SEE offers special programs geared just to the youngest scientists in our community.

Storytime Science

For Toddlers Tuesdays at SEE

Storytime Science is held on Tuesdays for toddlers.  In the program they are encouraged to think about the world around them using a story and an activity. We introduce STEM topics through storytelling, movement, experiments and discovery.

For ages 2-5 and their caregiver(s)  Tuesdays at 10:30am

Pre-registration is required.  The program is limited to 10 family units each week.


Child over age 3 ($10 Admission +$5 Program Add-on)

Child under age 3 (Free admission + $5 Program Add-on)

Adults ($10 Admission cost only)

Member Families (Free admission + Free program)

Storytime Science is designed to help foster a love of science in children and their caregivers.  We show families that anyone can do science no matter your age or ability. These in-person cross-generational programs encourage families to become active participants in the learning of their youngest members.  Families work collaboratively to develop precursor science skills through stories, movement, and observation.  These classes provide science growth to toddlers and provide steppingstones for continuing science learning in the home.

You are required to add both an admission ticket and a StoryTime Add-on to your cart before completing your registration.  If you are a SEE member you will need to login to sign up. 


“Calvin looks forward to Storytime Science every week! He loves
telling Dad and big sister all about what he read and learned and
frequently recreates the activities at home.  His older sister had been
in the door two seconds before Calvin whipped out his spare materials
wanting to “teach you my science!” He also retold the story. I’m
surprised how much he remembered.  It’s amazing and explore time
afterwards is just another bonus! 😄 “

– Halyey Whittum (parent)


If you are a pre-school or kindergarten teacher looking for an early learner group program, click here.