INVENTOR STEM SCHOOL | 3-6 years
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Early development

Early development

Age group: 3-4 years

What we study:

This course is designed for the youngest students who are starting to explore the world and make discoveries. Children in this course will create simple models of buildings, animals, different types of transport and fairy-tale characters using brightly coloured Lego Duplo bricks.

What do we achieve:

Through instruction, building, and creative play, children practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, verbal communication, and social interaction in a structured but playful classroom setting. Children learn about colors, sizes, and shapes of objects in the world around them.

A look into the class:

Lessons are story-based and feature interactive presentations in which the teacher will animate, and each class is a new exciting topic! An example of a class is the zoo, they will listen to a story about the zoo and discuss what animals can be found at the zoo, then alongside their teacher, build an animal like a monkey, crocodile or parrot. Their teacher will be there to show them each step and answer any questions while encouraging active discussion on the topic.

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Science in your world

Science in your world

Age group: 4-6 years

What we study:

This course is designed for curious children who have a desire to understand the world around them. Using standard size Lego, children will follow a different theme every class where they will be introduced to different professions, cultures, and architecture. They will also be exploring new creatures such as sea animals and dinosaurs.

What do we achieve:

Through play, children develop independence, dexterity, and further their knowledge of shape and colour. They begin to develop logical thinking and communication skills

A look into the class:

A typical class will be themed differently every week. An example would be that they may learn about Microscopes. They will participate in a teacher-guided presentation about the history of the microscope and what it does, before using an Ipad to follow step-by-step instructions on how to complete the build. Their teacher will be there to answer any questions while encouraging active discussion on the topic.

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Fun with engineering

Fun with engineering

Age group: 5-8 years

What we study:

This course is designed for children who already have a general understanding of Lego. They are using standard size Lego blocks to build designs with moving parts. They will begin to learn about the technological achievements of mankind including different modes of transport, spacecrafts, and structures.

What do we achieve:

This course introduces simple engineering techniques that students will start to apply to their builds. They will improve their logical thinking, independence and creativity. Students will strengthen their communication skills by discussing different steps throughout the building process.

A look into the class:

The beginning of the lesson follows a presentation animated by the teacher, in which children will learn about something different in each class. For instance, if their class topic is the cement mixer, students will look at how it works, the history behind it and then the essential parts that create movement. They will then start their build, working autonomously using instructions on an Ipad to complete their builds. The teacher is there to provide guidance and answer any questions they may have.

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Programming with Scratch Junior

Programming with Scratch Junior

Age group: 5-7 years

What we study:

This course is designed for curious young children who are interested in learning about coding. In this program, they will learn the basics of coding, incorporating early mathematical concepts, as well as make connections to the real world. Each lesson will focus on various topics such as astronomy, different modes of transportation, the food chain, and many more interesting topics.

What do we achieve:

This course will help students develop new skills by assembling together graphical programming blocks on an iPad. Children will learn to problem solve, design projects, and develop their artistics skills as well as creative minds through programming. They will work independently to convey a story by programming many characters to complete a series of verbal and physical actions.

A look into the class:

The beginning of the lesson follows a presentation animated by the teacher, in which children will learn about the basics of coding and follow Red the Cat to learn about different topics in each class. For example, if their class topic is the Planet Parade, students will learn about this space event, the history behind it and different planets. Afterwards, they will program a story about the topic using various characters and backgrounds. The teacher will present a step-by-step guide that students will use to program, and will be there to provide guidance and answer any questions they may have.

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Mechanics for beginners

Mechanics for beginners

Age group: 6-9 years

What we study:

This course introduces key concepts of mechanics through the construction of mechanical prototypes. Students in this course will study different machines that are present in their everyday life, such as an elevator, or crane.

What do we achieve:

What we achieve: In this course, children are introduced to simple laws of physics. They will start to familiarize themselves with different types of motion (rotary, oscillatory, translational), simple mechanisms and types of transmissions (e.g. gear, wheel and axle, block, lever, pulley and straps, inclined plane, gear/belt/worm/rail transmission, crank and ratchet mechanism). They will then use critical thinking to apply their new knowledge to their builds. Using active discussions, children will develop language and teamwork skills.

A look into the class:

The beginning of the course follows a presentation animated by the teacher, in which children will learn about something different every week. For instance, in one class they may take a look at the elevator. The class will analyze and discuss how it works, the history behind it and then the essential parts that create movement. They will then start their build, working autonomously using instructions on an Ipad to complete their builds. The teacher is there to provide guidance and answer any questions they may have while encouraging questions and discussions.

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