Zoology Wednesdays 

Did you know that a Caterpillar has as many as 4,000 Muscles in its body? That’s one strong insect!

Starting on Wednesday, September 18th, our new semester of Zoology will feature different classes that are focused on the theme of Animal Transformations! Transformations range from the the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly to the life cycle of jelly fish and so many more of our animal friends!

Whether your child is a budding entomologist, paleontologist or wildlife ecologist, this program will get their brains thinking, their hands moving, and their bodies jumping!



$406.80 ($360 + HST)

5% Sibling Discount Available:
For two kids $720 ($813.60 + HST)
For 3 kids $1080 ($1220.40 + HST)

Stacey Kline's House
76 Hudson Drive

September 18th - December 4th (12 weeks)

4:00-4:45 PM

Ages 3 - 6

What Action Potential Lab Provides
all materials + supplies

Feel free to email us with any other questions

How to Register

  1. Fill out our REGISTRATION FORM.

  2. Submit a payment using one of the options listed below.

Registration Payment Options

  1. eTransfers made to hello@actionpotentiallab.ca
    Please make the password your child's first name.

  2. Cheques made out to Action Potential LTD

  • Complete registration forms must be submitted with payments.

  • Once the registration form and payment has been received, we will send an email confirmation, letting you know that your child has been registered in our PA Day program.


  • Students must be registered prior to the commencement of the first class.

  • Your child's spot is secured when payment has been received and the General Information Sheet has been fully completed and submitted. Students will not be able to participate in the activities if the student information form is missing or incomplete.

  • There are no makeups or refunds for missed classes.

  • Refunds will not be issued seven days prior to the first class.

  • Action Potential Ltd. reserves the right to cancel the class, should the class size fall below eight students.