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Maker Kids – Sensational Sciences After School Program Ages 8-11

Tuesday September 13 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

 

This program is eight sessions that run from 3:30-5:30 pm Tuesday and Thursdays

Our Sensational Science after-school program focuses on experience-based learning in a safe and fun environment.  Our program is exceptional because participants get to do science; they don’t just watch it happen! Campers explore chemistry and biology in small groups through experiments, projects, and discussions. Experienced staff emphasizes safety while communicating fundamental science concepts and developing reasoning skills.

Weekly themes and a highly interactive and engaging curriculum will encourage youth to try new things and think outside the box. Thus they will have plenty of opportunities to build resilience and self-confidence. Our small group size allows us to tailor our activities to each child’s individual interests.

With a passion for youth and science, our Maker Mentors recognize your child’s uniqueness and foster their creative side and joy for STEM. Maker Mentors are trained to have students focus on the why and discover the logic behind the activity instead of following a prescriptive set of instructions. With a 5 to 1 child-to-staff ratio and a focus on collaborative problem solving, our classes are designed for your child to actively participate.

Sensational Science is powered by Northwestel.

Details

Date:
Tuesday September 13
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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Venue

Yukonstruct Makespace
2180, 2nd avenue
Whitehorse, Y1A 5N6 Canada
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CONTACT US

NORTHLIGHT INNOVATION
  2180, 2nd Avenue, Whitehorse
  (867) 457-0150
  info@yukonstruct.com

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