Future Kids’ Mad About Math & Science After School K-3 Program is the ideal opportunity for children attending Kinder to 3rd grade to have fun while learning and becoming interested in math and science, opening their minds to new experiences and skills.
Mad About Math & Science After School Program combines innovative science projects, creativity challenges, indoor and outdoor games, supplemented with music, arts, crafts, physical activity and theater experiences to nurture the child’s inquisitive mind as well as help with the development of emotional and social abilities and character development.
Nurturing minds starts with a healthy and balanced diet. Every day, Mad About Math & Science After School Program starts with a balanced lunch, when our students arrive to Future Kids Academy.
Home Work Club
The Homework Club provides a place where our students do their homework under the supervision and guidance of our teachers.
Math & Science Madness
Mad About Math & Science After School Program is full of activities that heighten students’ interest in math and science and sharpen their scientific skills. Math & Science Madness provides an exceptional opportunity to learn in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Music, Rhythm & Movement
From Beethoven to rock, soul to Bach, listening to, playing, enjoying and dancing to diverse kinds of music, our students explore space, differentiate between body parts and rhythms, expand their range of motion, articulation and locomotion while expressing themselves trough the movement.
Feel the power of music and its capacity to energize, excite or calm.
Arts, Crafts and Theater
Our arts, crafts and theater program offers different projects for our students to work on and focuses on developing robust capabilities of expression and communication.
Outdoor Physical Activity
Mad About Math & Science After School Program will also help expand our students’ physical activities in a safe environment that is especially appropriate for their age. It helps to promote children with healthy lifestyles through physical activity.
“If you ask Nobel Prize winners and other prominent scientists where they developed their fascination for science and technology, few will say it happened in class, most found their career inspiration outside of school.
The visionary behind Apple computers, Steve Jobs, caught the technology bug as a teenager attending afterschool programs. In afterschool, students can learn informally without the pressures of grades and tests.”
Friedman & James
Science in Afterschool: Undisputed Advantag
“After-school programs are gaining recognition as a setting that holds great potential for increasing child and youth literacy and engagement in science.(…)
If science anxiety does indeed exist, then the more relaxed, cooperative learning environment often found in after-school may be an ideal setting to reduce anxiety.”
Hussar, Schwartz, Boiselle (Ph.D.) & Noam (Ph.D.).
Program in Education, Afterschool & Resiliency.
Harvard University and McLean Hospital.