We will conduct 60 minutes session every week depending upon the Session you choose. Please check the Schedule Tab to see all the session options that you have. You can select the session that suits your schedule. The 60-minute session is divided into theory followed by a hands-on experiment. Lessons are conducted in a live instructor-led learning environment, with abundant opportunities to explore and interact with their peers. For Fall 20202, classes will start from August 27th and will run through December 17th. There will be total 16 sessions for the Fall Semester and we will cover topics which align with NGSS standard for the grade level. For a detail of the topics, please click on the Lessons Tab. All Sessions are conducted in-person and limited to 6 students only.

Lesson Plans NGSS Standard Standard Description
Animals Help Their Babies Survive 1-LS1-2 Obtain information to compare ways in which the behavior of different animal parents and their offspring help the offspring to survive.
Communication Over Distances 1-PS4-4 Use tools and materials to design and build a device that uses light or sound to send a signal over a distance.
Four Seasons and Day Length 1-ESS1-2 Analyze provided data to identify relationships among seasonal patterns of change, including relative sunrise and sunset time changes, seasonal temperature and rainfall or snowfall patterns, and seasonal changes to the environment.
Introduction to Light 1-PS4-3 Conduct an investigation to determine the effect of placing materials that allow light to pass through them, allow only some light through them, block all the light, or redirect light when put in the path of a beam of light.
Introduction to Sound 1-PS4-1 Demonstrate that vibrating materials can make sound and that sound can make materials vibrate.
Introduction to Traits 1-LS3-1 Use information from observations (first-hand and from media) to identify similarities and differences among individual plants or animals of the same kind.
Patterns in the Sky 1-ESS1-1 Use observations of the Sun, Moon, and stars to describe that each appears to rise in one part of the sky, appears to move across the sky, and appears to set.
What is Engineering? 1.K-2-ETS1-1 Ask questions, make observations, and gather information about a situation people want to change that can be solved by developing or improving an object or tool.
What is Engineering? 1.K-2-ETS1-2 Generate multiple solutions to a design problem and make a drawing (plan) to represent one or more of the solutions.
Biodiversity of Life on Earth 2-LS4-1 Use texts, media, or local environments to observe and compare (a) different kinds of living things in an area, and (b) differences in the kinds of living things living in different types of areas.
Changing the Shape of Land 2-ESS2-1 Investigate and compare the effectiveness of multiple solutions designed to slow or prevent wind or water from changing the shape of the land.
Changing the Shape of Land 2-ESS2-4(MA) Observe how blowing wind and flowing water can move Earth materials from one place to another and change the shape of a landform.
Habitats 2-LS2-3(MA) Develop and use models to compare how plants and animals depend on their surroundings and other living things to meet their needs in the places they live.
Heating and Cooling 2-PS1-4 Construct an argument with evidence that some changes to materials caused by heating or cooling can be reversed and some cannot.
Maps of Landforms 2-ESS2-2 Map the shapes and types of landforms and bodies of water in an area.
Material Properties and Purposes 2-PS1-2 Test different materials and analyze the data obtained to determine which materials have the properties that are best suited for an intended purpose.
Oceans, Lakes and Rivers 2-ESS2-3 Use examples obtained from informational sources to explain that water is found in the ocean, rivers and streams, lakes and ponds, and may be solid or liquid.
Patterns of Motion & Friction 2-PS3-1(MA) Design and conduct an experiment to show the effects of friction on the relative temperature and speed of objects that rub against each other.
Properties of Matter 2-PS1-3 Analyze a variety of evidence to conclude that when a chunk of material is cut or broken into pieces, each piece is still the same material and, however small each piece is, has weight. Show that the material properties of a small set of pieces do not change when the pieces are used to build larger objects.
What is Engineering? 2.K-2-ETS1-3 Analyze data from tests of two objects designed to solve the same design problem to compare the strengths and weaknesses of how each object performs.
Animals Help Their Babies Survive 1-LS1-2 Obtain information to compare ways in which the behavior of different animal parents and their offspring help the offspring to survive.
Session 2 Aug 26, 2022 to Dec 16, 2022
Week Day Time
FRIDAY 5:00 PM EST to 6:00 PM EST
Course Fee: $499