JUNIOR SCIENTIST
P1 & P2

“Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge.”

Carl Sagan, astronomer

Technology Class

Program Description

Junior Science is a 2-year program (8 terms) that adopts Explorer Junior's proprietary STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) curriculum. The program aims to provide Explorers with a strong foundation in Science and Inquiry for the primary one and two students before they receive formal Science education in primary three.

 

The program focuses on nurturing Explorers' curiosity, developing their critical thinking skills, and strengthening their conceptual understanding through hands-on experiences.

 

We use different manipulatives such as Science experiment set-ups, Snap Circuits, and robots to create engaging and meaningful learning experiences.

Why hands-on?

We believe in learning by doing! Our Junior Science program is infused with hands-on activities that are designed to let Explorers build, create and experiment. Through hands-on engagement, Explorers can expect lots of fun while seeking theories and concepts in books to come alive!

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Arts and Crafts Class

What’s covered?

Year 1 (4 Terms; 10 Lessons/Term)​

Explorers will be introduced to the fascinating world of Science. Using interactive methods and hands-on activities, explorers will be engaged in the observation of zoology, investigating chemical reactions, and learning about force and energy.

Year 2 (4 Terms; 10 Lessons/Term)

Explorers will be discovering the world of science! Using interactive methods and hands-on activities, explorers will be engaged in experimenting with botany, investigating natural phenomena, learning about force and energy, and gain insight into the processes of the human body.

What's included?

  • 90 mins * 10 sessions of physical class at EJ Thinkubator (304 Ubi Ave 1, #01-85, S400304)

  • Small group learning with an average of 5 students to ensure everyone gets equal attention from the coach

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