Play. Build. Learn. – Grades K – 2 – Fall 2021 – 10 weeks
Tuesday, October 5 2021 @ 1:00PM - Tuesday, December 21 2021 @ 2:00PM EDT| $250.00
Join us as we mix, bubble, pour and test, to see which experiment is the best!
Have your child unleash their inner mad scientist with this awesome and exciting class using basic materials from home! In this course, we will be utilizing parts of the scientific method to perform STEM-based experiments. Students will be introduced to STEM concepts in a way that integrates science, math and technology into engaging labs. This is a great option to compliment and/or extend the learning your child is doing at home!
Sometimes the best way to learn things is to actually do them! Students will enjoy the hands-on approach of this course that combines science, math and technology into fun experiments that challenge the mind at every turn. Building on the STEM foundation, we will learn how to apply science to everyday life, and we will have fun doing it! Most importantly, students will learn that with science you never stop questioning!
For this class, students will need flour, sugar, colored sprinkles, salt, pepper, Oreos, large marshmallows, licorice, food coloring, Alka Seltzer, pop rocks, chocolate chips, chocolate pudding, gummy words, eggs, baking soda, vinegar and more! An exact list will be sent out prior to class!
Please note this class is ONE hour.
Registration deadline is September 15, 2021.
There must be a minimum of 5 students to run this class.
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A fun way to learn fractions
My daughter throughly enjoyed this class.
The teacher’s fun approach to math and patience has allowed her to see this subject in a much more positive light.
This class also helped unlock some of her blocks and enabled her to “see” more clearly how numbers work.
Fun way to learn
Is there a better way to learn than with food? My daughter looked forward to this class every week and made sure the grocery list had items for class on it. It was fun and I highly recommend it. We’re looking forward to taking more classes with Miss Danielle in the fall.