Fall & Winter Workshops

Early Childhood Exploration

2 & 3 Year-Olds
Discovering new ways of playing and learning together, Early Childhood Explorations provides a magical classroom-type atmosphere between grown-up and toddler that introduces toddlers to basic social skills while receiving preparation and enrichment for pre-school.

Little Picassos
Twos and threes explore art as a learning experience and are more interested in “doing” art than making finished products. During the “process”, twos and threes discover their own independence, as well as delighting in the joy of exploring and creating.

Happy Feet  
Designed to be a fun, first-time exposure to dance and movement, young dancers will explore motor skills such as hopping, jumping and skipping while discovering the basic positions of the body and dance terminology.

Classes meet once a week with grown-up participation required. Fee includes 1 child and 1 adult.  Please register in child’s name.

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My Little Wonderseum

3 & 4 year-olds
What makes My Little Wonderseum so unique?

In an environment that fosters creativity, promotes self-expression and supports the development of young minds, our early learning environment is designed with empowering a child’s wonder of curiosity, exploration and play in a safe and nurturing environment.

My Little Wonderseum is intended as a magical introduction to lifelong learning in a tactile environment of discovery, where children experience interactive storytelling through dramatic play, meet performers and guest artists sharing enriching experiences, hands-on science discoveries and art and its many processes. Children experience the joy of music through singing, dancing and moving expressively to a variety of music genres, discovering different cultures through their music, and exploring rhythm and rhyme – all of which promote the development of essential skills including listening, vocabulary-building, social-emotional, and motor. Guided explorations encouraging a discovery of culture through the arts, expanding language and early literacy, science and math, drumming with Let Them Drum, are all determined and planned to create global awareness, reading readiness and comprehension, number recognition and
association, while refining children’s fine motor skills. My Little Wonderseum environment provides open-ended discussion and a “playful” approach to learning and discovery, while empowering children with an easier transition to kindergarten.

$25 discount applied to pre-paid semester. Museum refund policy applies.
Please see registration form for policy terms. No classes Thanksgiving week, 11/27, 11/28 and 11/29.

A $10 non-refundable application fee must accompany the child’s application. Enrollment is subject to availability. Once the child’s enrollment is confirmed, a confirmation letter and registration packet will be available and forwarded via e-mail. A $75 non-refundable curriculum, materials and supply fee is due at the time of completed registration packet.

3 year-olds
September 5th-December 19th
Meets Tuesday and Thursday 9am-Noon
3 year-old Total Fee for 4 month semester
Member $1056 ($264 monthly)
Non-Member $1136 ($284 monthly)
Tuition may be paid in 4 equal monthly payments.
No class 10/31 for SpookTacular event.
Class size is limited to 12 children.

4 year-olds
September 4th-December 20th
Meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am-Noon
4 year-old Total Fee for 4 month semester
Member $1584 ($396 monthly)
Non-Member $1624 ($406 monthly)
Tuition may be paid in 4 equal monthly payments.
No class 10/30 and 11/1 for SpookTacular event.
Class size is limited to 14 children.

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Creative Workshops

Creative Workshops
4 to 10 year-olds
Great for homeschool enthusiasts.

ARTistik Adventure
5 and 6 year-olds Tuesday 9:00am-11:00am
7-10 year-olds Tuesday 1:00pm-3:00pm
Combining culture and the artistic styles of various artists as the premise for design, this artistic and tactile journey explores various ways for children to “express” themselves. Young artists will be exploring many ordinary and extraordinary activities and artistic mediums, such as collage, extended drawing, printmaking, papier-maché, hand-building with clay, creating with recycled treasures and experimenting with acrylic and watercolor paint.

Got Science?
4 & 5 year-olds  Tuesday 9:00am-11:00am
Curriculum is chosen to create a journey through the science spectrum of biology, chemistry, human anatomy, space and physics, while exploring physical and chemical properties of different elements, compounds and mixtures. Young scientists performing different slimy, fizzy and gooey experiments, discover answers to science questions like “Why does the moon keep following me?” while exploring our solar system, touching base with a few insects, dinosaurs and mammals and discovering all about “you.” This workshop is scheduled for two six-week sessions with new curriculum each six-week session.

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Ages 5 – 10
For homeschoolers and after school enthusiasts.

LEGO® Frenzy Meets Righteous Robotiks
Aspiring engineers are introduced to the WeDo™ kits from LEGO® Education, building LEGO® models featuring working motors and sensors then programming their robot models to solve problems and create innovative projects. Children explore advanced concepts of building, such as balance within structures,ways of building structures and stability by building different models to help strengthen design development and problem-solving skills. While discovering energy, buoyancy and balance, children explore pulleys, levers, gears, wheels and axles by building simple models with LEGO® robotics pieces to satisfy a specific purpose, while exploring basic construction concepts, simple machines and how gears work. Curriculum is designed to develop skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Righteous!!!!!
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E.A.R.L.Y. Robotics Meets EV3
(Engineering and Robotics Learned Young)
meets THURSDAYS Ages 7-10 year-olds

Combining the well-known E.A.R.L.Y. Robotics program, created by NASA, that introduces 7 to 10 year-old boys and girls to engineering, with the new and expanded LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 cross-curricular STEM curriculum, is certain to provide a hands-on solution that develops a strong understanding of the basic fundamentals
of building and mechanical principles while engaging students by providing the resources to design, build and program their creations.  The combination of E.A.R.L.Y. and EV3 can help develop creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication. Students build robots and realistic motorized models from LEGO® kits in a team-building atmosphere. Teams select pilots to operate the robot motors using basic on/off switches and manipulate through given obstacles and challenges to help complete missions. The EV3 system is a compact and powerful programmable computer that makes it possible to control motors and collect sensor feedback using the intuitive icon-based programming and data logging software.

Programming is done by dragging and dropping icons into a line to form commands allowing students to build simple programs, and then easily and intuitively build on
their skills until they are developing complex algorithms. Students with previous Robotiks experience will have the opportunity to be challenged with curriculum designed to take strategies to the next level. Minimum of 6 students for class to make as scheduled. Early (no pun intended) registration is suggested. E.A.R.L.Y. Robotics meets EV3 is designed as a semester long workshop.

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12 For 2 Second Saturday Workshops

Ages 5 – 8

Just TWELVE dollars for TWO hours presents a fast-paced, fun-packed Saturday morning experience. Come join us for artful experiences that are surely to start the day out right. Dwell in the possibilities…

Clay Play Saturday September 14th 10:00am-Noon
All Hallow’s Eve Saturday October 12th 10:00am-Noon
FallTivities Saturday November 9th 10:00am-Noon

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Drop and Shop Workshop

Ages 4 – 8
meets Dec. 20th and 21st.

While you do that last minute shopping and wrapping, let the museum’s little elves host your children in a festive holiday workshop. Children create and embellish individual projects that they can use to give as gifts or keep in the family as part of family treasures. Our workshop is complete with cookies and milk. Please send a packed lunch for your child.

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Holiday Workshops

Winter FUNcaTion
meets THURSDAY 1/2 and FRIDAY 1/3
4 year-olds
-Using exciting winter-themed storybooks as a foundation for this program, children will enjoy hearing stories, making winter snacks, singing songs and creating projects that enhance and strengthen the stories.

Winter FUNcaTion
meets THURSDAY 1/2  and FRIDAY 1/3
5/6 year-olds & 7/8 year-olds
-Snowed-in Science-Lessons about winter folklore, snowmen, the winter solstice, and more! – So, bundle up and dig in!-Scientifically ARTrageous- Knowing that children love to explore, experiment and discover, our focus is to build on this natural curiosity, while combining the beauty of art and the fascination of science. Children will embrace an exciting opportunity to

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Bollywood Workshops

BOLLYWOOD-Dancing with Joy

Bollywood is a popular term used in the Bombay film
industry combining the names of Bombay (now known as
Mumbai) and Hollywood and is best known for its
awe-inspiring dance sequences. A fun and exciting
introduction to this unique dance form and the Indian
dance culture, Bollywood presents a fusion of various dance
forms such as semi-classical, folk and western presented as
storytelling or expressing feelings and emotions. Children
experience how to express themselves using lots of body
and hand movements moving to the rhythm of the beat.

Try something new…..Contact Tripti to sign up for class at
936-718-3857. $15 per class or $150 for 10 weeks.

Wednesday 9/11-11/20 Beginner and Advanced Adults 6:00pm-6:45pm No class 10/30

Monty’s School of Magic

Monty’s School of Magic-NEW
7-12 year-olds

Cleverly disguised as a magic workshop, step into Monty’s magical world for 8 weeks and begin your journey into becoming a true magician. Applying life skills, these workshops empower young enthusiasts through magic to build character, confidence and communication skills for life. Young apprentices will discover amazing magic tricks, create optical illusions, escape from magical mazes, decode secret messages, use “real” magic words, read people’s minds and so much more.

With Monty as your guide, travel into a dream and enter the world of MAGIC! Monty the Magician has been performing MAGIC for the last 28 years, specializing in children’s entertainment. The smiles and laughter Monty experienced and observed the day he saw a magician perform for the first time inspired him to enter the world of magic and pursue this as a hobby and then a career sharing joy, excitement and laughter with all children.

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Theatre Essentials Workshop

Theatre Essentials Workshop level 1 – ages 5-8
September 10th – November 14th
Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:00pm-5:30pm

Join the red door theatre this fall for an 8-week worshop that focuses on theatre acting, creativity and imagination excercises, focus & concentration games, improv games, leadership activities, monologue basics and ensemble performing.  This is a great class for that at-home performer looking to expand their theatre world!

Theatre Essentials Workshop level 2 – ages 9-12
September 10th – November 14th
Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:45pm-7:15pm

Join the red door theatre this fall for an 8-week worshop that focuses on theatre acting, creativity and imagination excercises, focus & concentration games, improv games, leadership activities, monologue basics and ensemble performing.  This is a great class for that at-home performer looking to expand their theatre world!

There will be a showcase performance during last class.
No class:  October 1st, 3rd, 29th & 31st

Members and Non-members $298

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Chinese for Children

Texas Phoenix International School (TPIS) presents Chinese for Children for K-2nd and 3rd-5th

Chinese classes from the Texas Phoenix International School boasts the perfect combination of Chinese culture and language education, which has instilled appreciation and acceptance of cultural diversity in our past and current students.

Students will participate in varied activities and games that are not only engaging, but also effectively enforce language learning. Love of learning is the top priority for Texas Phoenix International School.

K-2rd grade students
$168 Members and Non-Members

3rd-5th grade students
$168 Members and Non-Members

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Tuesday - Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
Closed Mondays

Summer Hours

Open 7 Days a week from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Contact Us

4775 West Panther Creek Drive #280
The Woodlands, TX 77381

We create opportunities that Educate, Empower and Excite children and families through play while inspiring a lifelong sense of wonder and discovery. As a 501( c )3 non-profit organization, over 40% of the Museum's operating revenue comes from gifts from individuals. These donations enable us to keep admission and membership  costs affordable,  maintain and develop exhibits, as well as underwrite school field trips and community outreach. To donate click here.

The word is out...

My 3 grandkids are visiting us for the summer from Missouri. They had fun! It is a clean, well maintained space. Lots of fun things for kids to do. I do wish they had a little bit more in the toddler 2 and under space. Staff was very pleasant. I am glad there is a place kids can go and do!

Molly Maddox Netterville

Great place to take toddlers thru 7 +/- year olds. Lots of interactive stations to play and explore. Friendly and we'll staffed. Very clean place, my 2 year old grandson loved playing with the trains and 7 year old granddaughter loved the shopping market and rice play area.

Tammy Pfenninger

I really loved the atmosphere it was very calm/relaxing place even with the children going place to place .It was my first time visiting there with our class and the kids loved every little station there to explore very age appropriate.

Doris Noble

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