Early Childhood Programs
EdVenture is pleased to offer a great variety of educational and entertaining classes for children ages 0–5 years! We encourage development through play and learning with a multitude of programs to bring BIG fun to our smallest visitors. From sensory stimulation to problem-solving games and storytelling, our classes bring BIG smiles and brighter futures. Come enjoy fun weekly age-appropriate activities that spark lifelong learning that are free with paid admission or museum membership. (appropriate for children ages 5 and under and adult caregivers)
Move and groove while building early literacy skills. Enjoy storytelling, music, movement activities and more. See the EdVenture calendar for a listing of times.
Early learners will enjoy this 15 minutes literacy program which will instill a love of letters. Children will learn about the letter of the day and enjoy a special alphabet story time about the day's letter.
EdVenture educators host special, SC standards-based programs for homeschool students, ages 3-12, from September–May.
Numbers for All
In this math literacy program for early learners held each week for 15 minutes, children are introduced to the number of the day, will practice counting and enjoy a number of the day story time in EdVenture's branch of the Richland Library.
Shake, Rattle & Read
Children five years old and under are invited to move and groove as they learn important early literacy skills. Join us for half an hour of storytelling, music, movement activities and more! Free with paid admission or membership.
Join us each week Monday- Wednesday from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm for 3 days of educational and engaging activities for ages birth to 5. Each day is filled with activities sure to stimulate the mind of our youngest guest while giving them the opportunity to participate in facilitated play and interact with other children their age. We will have building blocks, sensory stations, music, story time and more!
Dakota Deluca, Early Childhood Coordinator
Early Childhood programming is supported by: