PreSchool Franchise

Building Better Brains!

STEAM for Preschoolers

IDEA Lab programs ensure an early start to success and productivity through classes such as I Can Cook, Coding with Bots Jr., Scientists, and more!

IDEA Lab Kids fosters a STEAM Mindset

With cool and exciting classes specially designed for the preschool crowd, critical-thinking skills are fostered at an early age.

Creative classes encourage Inquiry-Based Learning

Creativity through exploration and critical-thinking skills.

STEAM education translates to success in reading and comprehension!

Visual Art

Bring out the inner artist with cool, exciting, and FUN Art-rageous preschool art exploration classes. Hands-on projects, messy and creative art, and curiosity-driven projects lead the way for the preschool set.


  • Sharpen your imagination
  • Build gross and fine motor skills


At IDEA Lab Kids, we are the pioneers for teaching Coding with Bots, Robotics, and Lil’ Engineering to our young preschoolers. Classes are designed to engage, explore, and develop the skills of the preschool crowd.


  • Fine motor skill maturation
  • Language and communication skills
  • Develop reading and comprehension skills

Culinary Art

A culinary school for preschoolers?! Only at IDEA Lab Kids will you find our preschoolers learning science and math skills all while to measuring, mixing, kneading, rolling, and chopping through recipes to also build communication skills.


  • Encourages discovery
  • Encourages conversational skills
  • Builds gross motor skills

Coding and Programming

Preschool Cool Coders have fun learning to code with their Robotic (“Robotics” or “robot”?) friends and start their journey towards a lifetime of learning technical skills. Early learners develop fine motor skills and develop better hand-eye coordination as a bonus!


  • Fine motor skills refined
  • Language and communication skills
  • Early coding and programming principles




If there is one thing that all children love to do, it is asking questions about everything they see, hear, and feel. Age-appropriate, hands-on science provides a mind-rocking positive learning experience!


  • Develop language and communication skills
  • Exposure to early science techniques and theories
  • Maturation of cognitive and social emotional skills
The STEAM (=STEM + Arts) Difference

Yes, we are great at teaching. We know! But did you know that IDEA Lab Kids sets our early childhood learning apart with a fun hands-on environment that also allows preschoolers to pique their curiosity? IDEA Lab Kids’ preschool STEAM curriculum is designed to give students a hands-on approach to early STEAM learning. IDEA Lab Kids’ youngest learners learn big concepts that are catered to their ever-changing and growing minds.

We are #RockingTheGreyMatter with our preschoolers!


Our preschool STEAM classes run in blocks of 45 minutes. Classes start with the What in the World Powwow to get preschoolers engaged in the fun hands-on learning.

Each IDEA Lab Kids STEAM preschool class lasts for 45 minutes and encompasses gross motor skill development as well as cognitive and language skill development. Preschoolers at the Lab not only learn fun educational concepts but foster social development skills as well.


Each IDEA Lab Kids STEAM preschool class starts with a What in the World Powwow.

A class facilitator engages the group by showing the object of the day and asking a question such as, “Where do you think this came from?” In the chorus of answers, the class facilitator passes it around the group and allows them to touch and feel the object. The facilitator takes answers and leads the discussion on why, what, and where. This allows preschool brains to stretch and grow while they ponder on the possibilities!

The discussion leads to how the project for the day relates to the object at hand and how the group will work together towards finding the answers to the question of the day.

The group then moves on to the much-anticipated project of the day and the facilitator helps guide the preschooler pairs into counting out their supplies before diving into the project.

When projects are completed, messy hands are wiped, and parents are greeted with big grins and amazing completed projects at pickup!

Skills addressed:

Science – “What if?” questions

Teamwork – Working in pairs

Counting – Picking out the correct number of items to complete the project