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Help Your Child Discover The Fun In Science

Posted by Shafina Jaafar on November 15, 2017

Motivation is key to effective learning. Helping your child to connect with Science can help him or her become more interested in the subject. 

For your child, discovering the amazing world of Science begins with encouraging and capitalising on his or her curiosity. If your child is starting Primary 3 next year, it's a great time to familiarise your child with basic Science concepts and skills.

Your child can learn a lot  just by observing the environment around him or her. Observations and questions can create a climate of discovery — this is key to scientific learning.

Making Science Fun and Relevant

Help your child make sense of the world by showing him or her how Science works in everyday activities. On a trip to the zoo, for example, get your child to observe the different characteristics of an animal that helps it to adapt to its environment. On a rainy day, share with your child about water cycle   it can even help him or her understand why the weather changes! 

Whether you are outdoors or indoors, draw your child’s attention to the events that occur around them to trigger their curiosity and interest in Science. The most intriguing Science lesson may very well be the one that takes place right in front of him or her.

Some other great ways to engage your child are through experiments, videos and fun activities. Check out some of these everyday Science experiments that you might like to try out with your child.

Empowering Students to Enjoy Science

At The Learning Lab, we make Science come alive. We want our students to ask the right questions even as they seek the right answers. Our Science programmes incorporate experiments, activities and materials to help your child develop key skills for scientific observation and inquiry.

Watch the video below as Wai Kit, Science Subject Head of The Learning Lab Tampines, shares 3 cool Science facts that your child might not know about the human body.

Managing Science in Primary 3

If your child is entering Primary 3 next year, the prospect of learning Science as a new subject may be really exciting or even a little daunting.

As we are at the end of the academic year, it is important for you to begin preparing your child for the rigours of Science as a new subject in the Primary 3 syllabus.

It is vital for your child to have the basic knowledge and application skills for this subject in order to truly enjoy Science classes when the new school year begins.

To ease our Primary 3 students into Science as a new subject, our curriculum in Term 1 focuses on fostering a passion and genuine interest for Science. Your child will not only learn about this new subject through written exercises, but also have plenty of opportunities to pick up Science techniques through experiments and first-hand experience. 

Find out more about our primary 3 Science programme here.

Want to see how everyday objects are related to Science? Find out how you and your child can make your very own lime battery with the guide below.

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An Exclusive Offer for Term 1 – 2019 

Let's work together to give your child the best start to the Science learning journey.

Register your child for our Primary 3 Science core programme by Wednesday, 7 November and begin lessons between Wednesday, 7 November and Tuesday, 11 Dec 2018* to receive:

•  Waiver of new student registration fee worth S$85.60 (incl. GST)
•  S$100 off Term 1 – 2019 fees (incl. GST)
•  A special set of TLL Science Infographics^ on Mammals, Plants and the Human Digestive System

*Terms and conditions apply
^Infographics can be collected from respective TLL centre’s front desk from W, 14 November onward

Register for T1-19 Programmes

The Learning Lab is now at 8 locations. Find a location that suits your needs.

If you have any questions about our programmes, please email us at enquiry@thelearninglab.com.sg or call us at  6733 8711 and we will be happy to assist you.

Topics: primary science, primary, primary 3