Mind Lab makes the news!!!

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Mind Lab Birthday Parties

Looking for a fun, energetic and enriching experience for your child’s next birthday party? Want to combine learning and fun? Let Mind Lab enrich your next birthday party with our unique programs. Our professional and certified instructors come prepared with engaging, age-appropriate, dynamic activities that will be sure to make your child’s birthday extra memorable! […] Read More


Book your STEM In-House Field Trip Today!

We come to you! Our unique Mind Lab Methodology is designed to address STEM learning targets. Check out our colorful brochure for more information! Mind Lab_STEM Field Trip Brochure Read More


8 Elements of Critical Thinking Process

Check out this article on the 8 Elements of the Critical Thinking Process! Read More


The Decline of Play in Preschoolers

This article discusses the importance of play, especially for our preschool learners. Mind Lab embraces play in teaching fundamental social, emotional and cognitive skills. We teach children imperative life skills all through a fun, enriching play atmosphere. Check out pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom’s article: The decline of play in preschoolers — and the rise […] Read More


6 Tips to Raise Healthy Kids

Here at Mind Lab, we focus on teaching 21st century social, emotional and cognitive skills through play. We use hands-on play, discussion and group activities to teach skills necessary to being a well-rounded child. Similarly, this article addresses ways to raise moral kids who will be able to actively participate in society as healthy and happy individuals. 6 […] Read More


Mind Lab Continues to Grow

Over the 2014-2015 school year, Mind Lab has continued to grow! We are now teaching the Mind Lab Methodology in over 13 NEW schools. Students have been expanding their social, emotional and cognitive abilities through play! Check out some of our students in action!            Learning the Detective Method in Rush Hour Asking Strong […] Read More


Is Kickstarter the Way to Save Arts Education?

When a school district needs to cut costs, arts programs are often the first to go. According to the Washington Post, nearly half of America’s schools have no theater program. Another 90 percent have cut dance. Ten percent have no art. Read More


Finding The Ideal After School Program For Your Child

Now that summer is coming to an end, your little ones and you are gearing up for another school year. Many children have spent their summer in camp or other enrichment programs which are extremely beneficial to their growth, in both the educational aspect as well as the social. To continue this growth year round, […] Read More


Phrases Your Children Need To Hear

When a child grows up, they are often taught the phrase, “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” and while that is true – words also have to ability to build a child’s self esteem to leadership levels. It’s important for children to feel like they have a place […] Read More