Earth Science Explorers
Instructor: Mary Anna Creech
Dates/Time: Thursdays 10-10:50am | September 14 – December 7 (Excl. 11/23)
Member Price: $192
Non-Member Price: $276
Grade Level: K-2nd (recommended)
Max # of students: 12
Materials: Students should come to class with basic school supplies (pencils, crayons, scissors, glue)
Ignite the curiosity of young minds with our Earth Science Explorers class, specifically designed for students in grades K-2.
Join us on an exhilarating journey where we’ll unravel the mysteries of weather, clouds, the water cycle, rocks, earthquakes, and more.
Through a combination of captivating picture books, engaging songs, and interactive hands-on activities, students will delve into the wonders of our planet, fostering a deep connection to the natural world. Guided writing activities will further enhance their understanding and provide an outlet for self-expression.
Together, let’s embark on this transformative exploration, cultivating a love for Earth Science and nurturing a sense of wonder and discovery.
Deposits are fully refundable if registration is canceled within 14 days of the deposit. After 14 days post-deposit, the deposit is non-refundable.
Please note that this is not a drop-off activity. A parent, guardian or designated caregiver must stay on property while the child participates in the event. For your convenience, we provide a comfortable community room with WiFi, coffee, water, books, and games, a playroom for children 5 and under, and a yard for outdoor fun. Please see our complete Policies and Terms documents for more information.
About Your Instructor
Mary Anna Creech is a former middle school math teacher and mom of four (ages preschool to pre-teen). She was homeschooled as a child in the early years of North Carolina homeschooling and has also attended private and public schools during her middle and high school years.
She was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She graduated from Campbell University. She taught 6th grade mathematics through the Teach Kentucky program in Louisville, Kentucky while completing graduate teaching courses at the University of Louisville.
As a homeschool mom, she fell in love with science, mostly due to her science loving oldest child who knew more about space at 5 years old than she did as an adult. She has experience homeschooling K-5th graders. She has also taught a kindergarten pod school.
When she’s not working with kids, she also loves reading, playing basketball and exploring nature.