Fun and exciting science classes with Jen the Entomologist are online or in-person (covid-compliant!)
Kids know a LOT about insects.
Jen the Entomologist banks on this prior knowledge to teach elevated science enrichment classes for preschool and elementary.
Tiny Science isn't really about bugs.
It is Tiny Science's mission is to increase scientific confidence in all learners, especially early learners. Jen's talent for teaching and her galactic enthusiasm for insects and biology come together for the most fun science classes ever. Kids scream "SCIENCE CLASS!" when they see Jen arrive with her wagon full of stuff.
High expectations are met with glee as our class begins with a fascinating lecture and continues with an awesome lab. Live insects in tanks, high-quality photographs, and insect life cycle models fill up the senses for a thorough lesson. Fun songs and facts make it all the way home, with parents reporting that their child teaches the family new, high-level and accurate entomology at home. The pride!! This is what Tiny Science is all about: Increasing learner confidence in science and building the foundation for a lifetime love of science.
Jen the Entomologist teaches high-quality entomology classes for kids. Tiny Science classes engage young kids (and their families!) with fun and interesting information about these very familiar animals. We draw a lot, sing original, catchy, and scientifically true songs, and learn some graduate-level concepts and words about these familiar animals,
all made especially for young kids.
Got a Group looking for ongoing science enrichment classes? Ask about scheduling your free Tiny Science Sample Class!
By popular demand, Jen recorded her Groups songs: Arachnids, Crustaceans, Myriapods, Head Thorax Abdomen, and the Four Groups Song! Tiny Science fans love these songs!
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