Looking for some fun and education for your student's school Holiday?
For Vacations and Holidays we offer One Day Workshop and Week Long drop-off Programs. Programs are offered in half days - AM & PM. See below for current registration opportunities and be sure to check out the Program Overview and Details and Procedures for more information.
April Break "Architecture" - April 16th to April 19th
Learn how to measure, design and build architecturally. Learn about some of the methods and tools used by amateurs and professionals to create rooms, houses and grand buildings!
$280 per Half Day
$560 for All Day
$20/day Extended Day until 6pm
This is Tuesday to Friday of April Break only. For Monday sign up for Patriots' Day-"Marathon Day" also.
AM 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Grades K-1: Drafting and Architectural Models Learn about measuring and scale and draw like an architect! Then use crafts and found items to create your own spectacular designs.
Grades 1-3: Smart Home with Lego WeDo 2.0 Using Scratch 3.0's new Lego WeDo integration we can replicate how you interact with a house, then use Lego to design a way to make your life easier!
Grades 2-5: Architectural Modeling This class will be 2 parts. First, learn Sketchup! A powerful 3D modeling tool well suited for architectural design. Then learn how to make physical models using foam core.
Grades 4-6: Minecraft Architecture Build and design in Minecraft. Play socially with other students in the same world monitored by our staff.
PM 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Grades 1-3: Minecraft Build and design in Minecraft. Play socially with other students in the same world monitored by our staff.
Grades 3-6: 3D Printing and Modeling Use our 3D Modeling software BlocksCAD to measure and create scale objects of objects in the world around you.
Grades 4-6: Architectural Modeling This class will be 2 parts. First, learn Sketchup! A powerful 3D modeling tool well suited for architectural design. Then learn how to make physical models using foam core.
February Break "Tabletop Games" - Feb 18th to Feb 22nd
Beat those winter blues with cool tabletop games you can play with your friends!
Martin Luther King Jr. Day "DIY Canvas Bag" - January 21st
Want to make an eco-friendly reusable canvas bag, customized with your own graphic? Come and join us for MLK day!
Winter Break Winter Break - Dec 26th to Dec 28th
Winter break can be a long week. Come to Einstein's Workshop for a few cool winter themed activities!
Veterans Day "Fort Vs Fort" - November 12th
Peering across the land you see the walls of the opposing side. You do not have any means of taking down their wall, but you do have tools and knowledge. What will you craft to hurl your barrage? That is up to you.
Studying animals, insects and other living creatures gives us insight into the incredible biological machinery all around us. We will build moving Automata based on your favorite animals and play Minecraft with a whole kingdom of creatures!
Yom Kippur "City Planning" - September 19th
We have built cities all over this earth. We have cities that are old, some that are very new, some are tall and some are rather expansive. What do our cities need to operate and thrive? How do these systems work? And what can we do to improve upon them for the future?
Rosh Hashana "Seafarers" - September 10th
Come Sail Away with a day of STEM. We're going to have a pool of water to experiment with our designs. How do boats float? How do they move? Join us for a day on the water at Einstein's Workshop.
Week Long Program
Students will sign up for a single class which will meet everyday for a week. The class will meet either in the AM or the PM session. If you wanted to attend All Day for the Week Long Program then you would sign up for an AM class and a PM class.
A Workshop will meet only once (AM or PM). This most often applies to a School Holiday day in which case you would register for either an AM session, a PM session or both for All Day. Occasionally there will be Workshops for a full week. If you wanted to attend a week of Workshops then you would register for a class each day, AM or PM, or both for All Day.
The day is divided into two Sessions, AM and PM. Each session is 3 hours long and is registered for independently.
Morning Session 9:00am - 12:00pm
Afternoon Session 1:00pm - 4:00pm
All Day Sign up for a Morning AND an Afternoon session to attend All Day All Day students will attend from 9:00am - 4:00pm with a lunch period at noon.
Students attending Classes, Week Long Programs, and Workshops can be Dropped Off by their parent/guardian for the duration of their registered session. Students being dropped off must follow these policies.
Students must be registered and paid for a specific class, time and duration before the beginning of the first day. Students will be able to attend classes only during the time that they are registered.
An adult parent or guardian MUST accompany their student, regardless of age, into the facility to Sign-in. Upon Sign-in the guardian will also inform staff who will be Signing-out their student. The guardian or pick-up adult must be at Einstein's Workshop by the end of class and must enter the building to Sign-out their student.
AM session students may be dropped off at 8:45am and must be picked up by 12:00pm.
PM session students may be dropped off at 12:45pm and must be picked up by 4:00pm.
All Day students may be dropped off at 8:45am and must be picked up by 4:00pm.
Snack and Lunch
During a 3 hour session (Week Long Programs and Workshops) students will have a break during the session in which they can eat a snack. For these sessions please pack a *Nut Free* snack and water/beverage for the student.
If a student is signed up for All Day (an AM and PM session) then the students will have snack during each session AND a lunch at noon. For a student attending All Day please pack *Nut Free* snacks, beverages and a lunch for the student.
*Nut Free Facility
Due to the prevelance of nut, tree-nut and peanut allergies among children age K-8, we have chosen to be a Nut Free Facility. ALL FOOD, snacks, lunches and beverages should be completely free of nuts. Failure to provide nut free food may result in the child being moved to a seperate area while eating and notification of the parent/guardian.
Safety and Responsibility
During registration the parent/guardian will provide a telephone number in case of emergency. Guardians should be available to recieve contact from Einstein's Workshop at any time while their student is at Einstein's Workshop.
Einstein's Workshop is not responsible for any student's items or objects. Students should not bring any toys or other valuables to Einstein's Workshop. Items found at Einstein's Workshop will be stored in the Lost in Found which is donated to charity once every month.