Where STEM sciences are not  classes. 
They are experiences

Little Shop of


Our Families


As your childs' first teacher, you play a big part in how well your son or daughter does in the STEM sciences. For ideas on how your family can intergrate STEM at home, contact us.


Our Partners


LIttle Shop of Physics (CSU)

Charles Hay World School (EPS)

Sage Canyon Elementary (DPS)

About Us

Little Shop of Science (LSOS) is a science outreach program near the Denver metropolitain area that teaches students and teachers that the STEM sciences are fun, relevant and something they can do. LSOS offers Classroom enrichment, a road show, school visits and teacher workshops that supplement academic science standards with unique and exciting experiments and investigations.


To inspire and nurture the natural scientist in all students and teachers while creating opportunities for exciting, hands-on experiences in the STEM sciences

Little shop of science Believes THAT:


  • All students and teachers have the power to learn and succeed in the STEM sciences

  • All students and teachers are curious & creative natural scientists

  • Inspiring a love for STEM sciences early in life promotes life-long success in creative problem solving, critical thinking, leadership and decision making.

Our People

Making Connections 

Tiffany Few

Founder and President

Tiffany earned her B.S in Physical Science at Colorado State University while interning for Little Shop of Physics (LSOP). LSOP inspired her to dedicate her life to science education and enrichment. Tiffany taught the K-5 science program at Ashley Elementary in Denver Public Schools while earning her masters in elementary education. Tiffany taught elementary science for seven years and spent time as the Gifted and Talented Specialist, Site Assessment Leader, Playground-Build Site director, Science-Club Teacher and Specials Team Lead. She has worked with numerous educational outreach organizations, including Science Matters is Colorado, Science Adventures and Summer Scholars.

Tiffany transitioned from the classroom to develop K-8 science curriculum and programming for Champions Science Adventures and Knowledge Universe, where she co-authored teacher manuals, training guides, video training guides and student materials for a variety of educational providers.Now, she is back where her love for science education began and her heart always remains - with LSOP! She founded Little Shop of Science in 2012 as the elementary version of LSOP in the Denver area.

heather michalak

Program Director and CSU liason

Heather received her undergraduate in Physics at Colorado State University. She worked with Little Shop of Physics while an undergraduate and was with the crew on their first t-shirt tie dying adventure! Working with Little Shop of Physics transformed the way she thought about physics. When shopping she often thinks about how an everyday object can be modified to teach physics. Besides a passion for teaching science Heather enjoys skiing, tending her garden, and long nights gazing at the stars.Type your paragraph here.

~~I will always be looking for a way to explore, experiment, investigate, problem solve, invent, engineer, discover, design or create in the classroom.