Interactive programs that engage children and help them develop a strong scientific foundation, but all they'll talk about is the fun.
Perfect for kids ages 5 to 12.
Classes that cover many different subjects from engineering to biology, chemistry, and physics.
A unique approach, with over 30 years of experience in science enrichment.
We make the science concepts learned in school hands-on, relatable, and above all, fun!
Well-trained instructors who have a wealth of science knowledge and the skills to manage a classroom.
Safe and engaging activities that have been kid-tested and approved.
All Mad Science after-school programs come with with take home toys that reinforces the educational concepts taught each class!
Using LEGO® bricks, kids build a different engineering-themed project in each class.They explore different engineering fields including mechanical, structural, aerospace, nautical, and bioengineering. They use critical thinking, cooperation, and creative problem-solving to test and improve creations!
Children go on a voyage of discovery with unique hands-on activities, and amazing demonstrations that explore the sun and stars, space technology, rocket science, the atmosphere, planets and moons, and more!
Our son, who just started 1st grade, has been doing every Mad Science session since he was in kindergarten. Since he goes to aftercare most days, Mad Science was a great way to break up that routine, while giving him the opportunity to learn something different and new. He's really enjoyed his sessions and it's been really fun for us to hear him describe the things that he's learned. We hope Mad Science will continue! It's important to introduce kids, especially at a young age, to the STEM fields. Thanks, Mad Science Maine!
Our son loves science! I am a high school science teacher and love that you give these opportunities for young kids! :)
When I pick up my son from school on Fridays, his energy is different from any other day. Instead of the usual response to my questioning of his day's experience - "it was fine"- I hear an enthusiastic stream of science facts and stories of experiments. When we get home, he demonstrates what he's done with the kits Mad Science gives him to take home. Thank You Mad Science!!
How to make an erupting volcano
How to balance the pHof a mystery liquid.
How to launch a model rocket.