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Science Super Pack: Term 1

Science Super Pack: Term 1


Purchase 16 weeks of classes for only $10.25/session! This includes:


The Wonders of Pets (7 weeks)

This is a class for kids that are looking to learn everything they can about their animals! Learn about the habitats, classification, and anatomy of birds, lizards, rodents, cats, livestock, and more. We'll discover the anatomy behind the graceful leaps of cats and the breed development of horses. Bring your own pets and questions so we can dive even deeper into their world!


Coral Reefs and Critters (5 weeks)

Did you know that coral reefs started forming 240 million years ago? From parrotfish that cover themselves in a blanket of their own mucus to tiny pygmy seahorses, there are some bizarre sea creatures that live in coral reefs. In this class, students will explore some of the oddest and most amazing coral critters there are to see. Students will also discover corals that can burn and learn what fish make a healthy reef. Over half a billion people depend on reefs for food, income, and protection. Coral reefs are also a source of food and new medicines. Become an expert as we explore all the amazing plants and animals that make up the intricate ecological coral reef system.


Get Energized! (4 weeks)

Energy is the ability to do work or make change. Energy is invisible. However, you can tell when energy is there. One way to tell is if something is moving. A person walking down the street, a tree blowing in the wind, and the hands of a clock spinning are all signs of energy. Another giveaway is if you see a light or hear a sound. As a result of energy, a TV turns on, a doorbell rings, and a cat meows. Yet another way to tell is if heat is being produced. Warmth from a candle or a fire is a sure sign that energy is present. Whenever you detect motion, heat, light, or sound, you can be sure that energy is at work. All energy can be considered to be either potential or kinetic. Potential energy is stored energy. A tractor filled with fuel, snow at the top of a hill, a student sitting at a desk, and water behind a dam are all examples of potential energy. Kinetic energy is energy possessed by a moving object. A tractor moving, snow tumbling down a hill, students moving, and water flowing through a dam are all examples of kinetic energy.


There is so much to learn! In this class, we will learn basics about different types of energy including electricity, thermal energy, nuclear energy, gravitational energy, solar power, and more!


  • Day and Time: Mondays, 10:15 - 11:15 AM ET
  • Bundle Duration: 16 Weeks
  • Dates: September 14, 2023 - January 25, 2024
    • No class November 20
  • Recommended for: Ages 6+ / Grades 2-3
  • Teacher: Makayla Clement


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