Students will work together each week to use Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to solve problems and design solutions to weekly challenges. Fun, hands-on science projects will keep inquiring minds engaged, while teaching both leadership and teamwork skills. Young inventors will be challenged to think analytically, problem solve, and collaborate as they design useful structures. This missing link in American education is vital for the 21st century generation.
Projects will be completed using familiar, household items such as paperclips, index cards, and soda bottles provided by the teacher. Each semester will include new challenges and themes. OFFERED IN FALL AND SPRING
Teacher: Colleen Williams
FALL: Using non non-fiction book as our guide we will have some hands-on fun learning about weather! We will study the different types of clouds and MAKE A CLOUD appear in class! We will learn about weather measurement tools, demonstrate hot and cold fronts, capture a tornado in a bottle, and SO much
SPRING: This class will study the life cycles of a chicken, a frog, plants, and a butterfly. Using non-fiction books, and LOTS of art & science activities students will have so much fun they will forget that they're learning! Class time will even include observing some of the creatures we are studying IN CLASS. Be sure to bring your curiosity for a great time exploring God’s creation!