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ONLINE CLASSES SCHEDULE
Lesson Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Science for Toddlers 10:00 – 10:30 10:00 – 10:30 10:00 – 10:30
Learning about the Ocean 13:00 – 14:00 13:00 – 14:00
Learning about Space 13:00 – 14:00 13:00 – 14:00 13:00 – 14:00
ONSITE CLASSES SCHEDULE
Lesson Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Science for Toddlers 11:00 – 11:30 11:00 – 11:30
Learning about the Ocean 16:00 – 17:00 16:00 – 17:00
Learning about Space 16:00 – 17:00 16:00 – 17:00 16:00 – 17:00
SCIENCE & NATURE

Age Groups: 3-4 years old / 5-7 years old / 8-10 years old

Online & Onsite Classes

Our Science and Nature workshops are highly interactive and imaginative, aiming to kickstart the little scientist inside every child. Children will be exposed to various aspects of science, including biology, chemistry, and physics. Under the guidance of our passionate tutors, they will explore exciting concepts, such as ocean life or the discovery of space. The workshops would hone the children’s curiosity and ability to understand the underlying interconnections in nature, help them to develop science literacy, and a motivation to care for their surrounding environment.

Science for Toddlers
In these workshops, we would invite toddlers to explore nature through a fun and exciting way. Why do things fall down? Why does it rain? Does other animals have tongues like us? We would introduce simple science facts, including basic physics, chemistry and biology. We hope to foster students’ interest in science and nature at an early age.
What is Gravity?
What are Tongues?
What is Weather?
Jump Into the Ocean
In these workshops, we would look at different sections of the ocean. The coral reef, shallow water and deep sea. We would discuss different sea animals and their characteristics. Specifically, a workshop would be dedicated to the great sharks in the sea. There would also be mentions about ocean pollution and tips to preserve our precious marine life.
Exploring the Coral Reef

Introducing the beautiful coral reef ecosystem, including characteristics and habitats of different types of corals, fishes and animals. We will also teach Information on ocean pollution and tips to prevent it from worsening.

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Life as a Shark
Introducing various kinds of sharks. A general description of this species, from head to tail, babies to bones. Also teaches Information on the endangered shark species and tips to preserve them.
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Dive into the Deep Sea
Introducing various depths in the ocean, and ways of human exploration. Also, descriptions of different animals and other wreckages you can find on the deep seafloor.
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Swimming in Shallow Water
Introducing the largest part of the ocean, shallow water. It includes shores, bays, beaches and polar regions. We will also teach characteristics of animals such as turtles, birds and crabs. Lastly, a description on how marine debris affect ocean life.
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Space Exploration
In these workshops, we would introduce basic astronomy facts. Students shall learn about the history of astronomy and famous astronomers. Then, we would look at our Sun, our moon and the Solar System. Last, we would discuss everything else in the universe, including black holes and the force of gravity.
Astronomy & Astronomers
Introducing important figures in astronomy such as Galileo and Ptolemy. Also, presenting essential breakthroughs in astronomy, both ancient and modern times. We shall debunk some false beliefs like geocentrism and flat earth, too.
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Looking at the Stars
Explanation of the sky we see with our naked eyes. Introducing the movements of Sun and Moon. Teaching students how to find Polaris and why does it matter. We will also explain comets, meteors, and tidal waves.
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Planets & Solar System
Introduction of all planets in the Solar System, with facts and characteristics. We will also explain features of our Sun and why is it important for us.
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The Big Universe
Covering everything apart from our Solar System. For example, black holes, the Big Bang and gravity. Students would understand the basic laws governing our universe and how they affect us.
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