Introducing Chromatography – a colorful STEM experience for kids! This fun and educational activity combines science, art, and technology to explore the fascinating world of chromatography. Kids will dive into the process of separating individual components of a mixture, and create stunning art projects with the results. They'll learn how to use absorbents and solvents to analyze liquids and create vivid, colorful designs. This hands-on activity is sure to spark curiosity and creativity in children of all ages, and is a great way to introduce them to the exciting world of STEM!

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More fun with friends

Gather a group of friends to turn up the fun, and the price goes down for everyone.

Up to 2 kids

$120 Total

Groups of 3 or more

$50 / kid



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All experiences are 2 hours.

About Maria

Elementary Educator

Maria has a Bachelors degree in Music Education, as well as a Colorado Initial Teaching License for elementary education grades K-6 and for music for grades K-12. She has 5 years of classroom experience, and over 10 years of experience working with children. Maria's passions include musical theater, singing, and playing musical instruments, all ideally performed in the great outdoors where she really loves to let her heart sing!

Maria is vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19

* Fully-vetted, background checked, and interviewed

What Parents Are Saying

Our original teacher got sick but within less than an hour they found a replacement and a perfect experience.
Laura M.
My children loved this experience!! Like absolutely loved it!! I got home and they were raving about it on and on and can’t wait for her to come back! She gave them each folders that had songs and notes and warmups and they learned all about bucket drumming and then you practiced YouTube songs and then wrote their own songs. She let them keep the buckets and sticks!! The kids were engaged the whole time and it was fabulous.
Morgan M.