Mondays, 11am-12pm or 1-2pm
Explora members $90 per child per semester
Non-members $108 per child per semester
No session Mar. 20 and 21 due to Spring Break Camps.
2. Mail: Download, print, and mail registration form:
3. Call Reservations at 505-224-8341.
1/23 or 1/24
Investigate which items are attracted to magnets and which are not, and explore attracting and repelling with a wide variety of materials. Students use magnets to add “fur” to animal pictures, race magnetic cars, and more.
1/30 or 1/31
Get ready for some soapy fun as students use a variety of materials and solutions to experiment with bubble blowing. Students observe the colors in a bubble and make colorful bubble prints.
2/6 or 2/7
It’s time to give triangles the attention they deserve! In this exploration students discover the different kinds of triangles and their importance. They also use triangles to build three-dimensional objects and begin to explore the perimeters and areas of these objects.
2/13 or 2/14
Experiment with the strength of cones, create art with loops and circles, and be an architect with cylinders and domes.
2/20 or 2/21
Experiment with spinning and twirling, looping and whirling. Make your own spinning tops and twirly birds to take home.
2/27 or 2/28
Have you stopped to marvel at the wonders of the air around you? Students “catch” air to see that it takes up space, use air to do work, and learn about the power of air pressure. Bubbles, pinwheels, and paint help us understand more about the air that is everywhere!
3/6 or 3/7
Get your hands dirty as you make discoveries about dirt and soil. Use magnifying loupes as you look for living material in the dirt.Use clay to sculpt your own creation.
3/13 or 3/14
Examine a variety of rocks and crystals. Use magnifying loupes to make up-close observations. Experiment to find out if any of the rocks roll, fizz, or float. Make your own rock prints.
No class the week of March 20–24 for Explora Spring Break Camps.
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3/27 or 3/28
Many people wear hats, but have you ever thought about why? Students test fabrics to determine which are the most water repellent, explore how hats’ forms are related to their functions, observe hats in works of art, and make original hats to wear home.
4/3 or 4/4
What do butterflies and frogs have in common? Students observe plants and animals at different stages in their life cycles, and discover how plants and animals change and grow up to be like their parents.
4/10 or 4/11
Discover different ways to make shadows as we investigate light and shadow shapes, experiment with colored shadows, and make shadow puppets..
4/17 or 4/18
Explore pendulums and chaotic motion. We’ll play with pendulums that draw in the sand, pendulums that paint, and much more.
The exploration topics change each semester.
Explora educators develop camp activities with children’s developmental levels in mind. Your children will have the opportunity to learn from, and work with older and younger peers and make new friends.
505-224-8341. Our reservations office is open Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm.
Para español, llame al 505-224-8323, de lunes a viernes, 9 am – 5 pm.
1701 Mountain Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104