Spring Break

We will be open all day (8 am to 6 pm) next week March 25th- March 29th! If you are looking to keep your KIDS learning and having fun during the spring break week we have you covered! Don’t need full day coverage? We have half day programs as well! Time is running short so hurry and get your KIDS registered for a week (or even a couple days) of learning and fun!

!!!OPEN HOUSE!!!!

Greetings!!  
Thank you for stopping by!! We’re having an Open House tomorrow, February 23rd, from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM at our location – The Historic Daniels School House, 12257 Hwy. 60, Milliken!!!!

We’d love to see you and your family there!!  Come check us out, get a cup of hot cocoa, and let the kids enjoy our free kids activities, which are fun and EDUCATIONAL as well!!!  Hope to see you there.  

If you’re not able to make it, please contact us for a private tour in which you and your KIDS can tour our facility, meet the teacher, and experience the fun and educational atmosphere we offer.

*****Remember, we’re open Monday-Friday After School from 2:30-6:00 (we are flexible and can accommodate the hours you’re needing), ALL DAY during no-school days and holidays, as well as FULL DAY for Spring Break (3/22/19 – 3/29/19) and SUMMER full day!!!
Hope to see you soon!!!Feel free to contact us for more information.

!!!OPEN HOUSE!!!

Come one come all to our upcoming open houses on Friday 2/8/2019 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm and again Saturday 2/23/2019 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm! Come check out a few samples of our fun and exciting after school program that includes STEM and movement activities! Programs available for every family! Now also offering private tours and tutoring programs! Call or send us a message for availability or to schedule an appointment!

!!!VALENTINE’S DATE NIGHT!!!

Rose, Rose Petals, Red Rose, Romantic

So you have the restaurant, the gift, the music, and the flowers… This is going to be the best Valentine’s day ever right!?! OH wait… the KIDS!!! Gotta get a baby sitter. They are booked already! Found one but they are charging an arm and a leg plus $100 per hour just to put your KIDS in front of the TV while they are on the phone with their friends… How impressed would your Hunny be if not only did you get your KIDS taken care of while you are out, plus they get to learn and have fun sending a Valentine’s gift to a member of our United States Military, then explore some science experiments and all at a reasonable price! We are offering our enrichment program at a discounted price and after hours to give you this opportunity! We will be open on Valentine’s day February 14th from 4:30 to 8:30 pm and again Saturday February 16th from 4:00 to 9:00 pm! Please contact us for more information. Must preregister, there are limited spots available, no drop in. HEY GUYS DON’T FORGET THE FLOWERS!!!!

OPEN HOUSE!!!

Fun for the whole family this Saturday 1/26/2019! Come check out what we are all about, meet Jen, our certified teacher with over 18 years of experience, learn about the history of the Historic Daniels School House built in 1911, check out some of the fun STEM projects we have available, and much more! Open house runs from 12:00 until 2:00 pm so don’t miss out!

How fast can a rocket fly?

On your last fun Summer afternoon, did you go out to a big field and launch off a model rocket?

Did you know that an average model rocket can go about 670 feet per second? That’s about 456 miles per hour or about 7 times faster than your car drives on a highway!

Still, many model rockets travel about half the speed of a jet plane (which travel about 1,100 feet per second) and most model rockets are not nearly fast enough to escape the Earth’s atmosphere and reach space.

To reach space, a model rocket would need to reach a velocity of at least 4.9 miles per second in order to orbit the Earth, and almost double that – 7 miles per second to escape Earth’s gravity entirely (to head out into space).

In 2004, the GoFast Rocket reached an altitude of 72 miles above the Earth by going 3,780 miles per hour. Check out this video from the Smithsonian Channel to see what was involved (and how big the rocket was!)