A paleontologist mixes the skills of a scientist, historian, and detective. Students learn about dinosaurs, fossils, and their habitats with this hands-on and discussion-based class.
Ages 7-11, Tuesdays 3-4 pm. Starts 9/27/21
- Teacher: Alex Goodale
This class for 7-9 year olds is about understanding scientific investigation--otherwise known as exploring our human curiosity! We will learn and explore what scientists do and how the scientific method developed with some of the best scientists in history and around the world!
Some questions we will discuss include:
• What is a scientist?
• What is it like to think like a scientist?
• What are scientific experiments?
• What are lab reports and what does “evaluate results” mean?
• What are SI units?
• How do we keep safe in the lab?
• How do we use scientific tools?
Can't wait to see and learn with you!1 hr. Wednesdays On Campus
11:00am - 12:00pm
- Teacher: Michelle Baxter
We will find out the best fit for your child by considering their previous knowledge and skill level. Mixed ages will be split into groups where children can work with hands on activities and projects in tandem to share accordingly. Miss Suzanne and Miss Angelia will be working with students in collaboration with each other to provide differentiated instruction.
1 hr. Mondays & Wednesdays On Campus
2:00pm - 3:00pm
$480 = $25 Material Fee = $505
Come explore all the beauty, mystery and gifts that nature holds. Students will dive deep into the Earth’s various eco-systems, including deserts, rainforests, tundra and oceans. We will discuss climate and its important role in maintaining balance in these delicate worlds, as well as the effects it has on extreme weather systems such as hurricanes, floods and droughts. Students will create dioramas, terrariums, water bottle water cycles and so much more in this project based science unit.1 hr, Wednesdays On Campus
3:00pm - 4:00pm
$368 + $20 Material Fee = $388
- Teacher: Julie Leary