The Great Adventure Lab


icon-electronicsNEW: Grades 2 to 3

How did Ben Franklin figure out a way to harness electricity, thus making it possible for generations of kids to play all those annoying video games for hours on end? How? By playing around with it!

No, we won’t send your child out with kite and key to play in a lightning storm. We’ve got something almost as fun in mind: making take-home electronics projects, including lemon batteries, quiz boards, burglar alarms and more!

Tired of having no clue what your kids do in all those after school activities? We’re different. A day or two after every class, your instructor will email a note explaining what the class learned in the previous session and what’s next. Sometimes we even include photos and videos!

Thanks for all your hard work with the kids- [My daughter] loved it and is still having fun with the burglar alarm! -Kensington Parkwood E.S. parent

  • Class format

    Seven weekly meetings, 60 minutes per meeting. Minimum 10 students, max 12. We provide one instructor and one aide for a student-adult ratio of 6:1. We provide for use during class: all materials needed to build projects
  • Areas of exploration

    Electricity, Electronics, Circuitry, Troubleshooting, Logic.
  • Pricing

    After school tuition: $125 per student. Materials fee: $30 per student. Helpful parent aide receives free tuition. Evening tuition: $130 per student. Scholarships: Yes, when your PTA organizes the class.  Details here.
  • Registration

    After school classes are only open to students who attend the hosting school. Register through your school /PTA.

    If your school/ PTA does not offer our classes, invite us!

    Evening classes are open to students from any school. Register here.

    Form a private class in your home with as few as six students! Contact us for details!

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Photos from The Great Adventure Lab’s Electronics classes

(note: these photos are from previous electronics class for grades 3-5. We will be updating this photo gallery with photos from the new class in Fall 2014)



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