Everybody knows Sci-Quest Hands On Science Center is a great place in Huntsville to take a class or attend a day camp. But did you know you can choose from a variety of different camp offerings, including week-long or mini camps, to build a summer filled with fun and excitement? AND it’s not too late to sign up.
Finding fun and interesting things for kids to do is a big enough challenge during summer break, but, for parents of special needs children, the challenges are compounded by finding the right place and right activity for their children. This list of special needs summer camp options can help.
Summer Camp Spotlight: On top of Lookout Mountain, the deep green tinted Little River allows one to see clearly the river-rock floor of the gently flowing waters… freshwater bass and brim are often visible, as well. Riverview Camp is ready for summer!
Here at Rocket City Mom we’ve written a few stories about Rise School of Huntsville (now Rise School at UAH). In fact, we’ve written about Rise more than any other area school and you might be wondering what makes THIS particular school so special. After all, there are plenty of great area schools and RCM […]
The best eight weeks of value-packed entertainment you can find in Madison County starts at a library near you on June 1st.
Find out more about The Riley Center’s educational program via our Q&A with Susannah Torres, a Day School Behavior Consultant & Case Manager at The Riley Center. SAVE THE DATE This weekend The Riley Center will be sponsoring their first community Informational Seminar on Autism and ABA – it’s a great opportunity for parents who want […]
A partnership between Huntsville City Schools and Lowe Mill, STEAMFEST is an event showcasing the application of science, technology, mathematics, and engineering (STEM) while at the same time reminding us all that art plays an integral role in the application. Leonardo da Vinci…artist or engineer? Be sure to carve out time to take your family to this unique & amazing event!
There are many good reasons to consider getting your little one screened for dyslexia, but there are four great reasons to do it soon. Greengate School, the area’s greatest resource on dyslexia and related learning differences, will again host free dyslexia screenings for Pre-K children this spring.