Welcome to our AGMS March Space Camp! This year’s camp will include various lessons and experiments related to astronomy. We will also be inviting a traveling planetarium to the school to inspire our students about space, rockets and space travel.
The universe fascinates young learners and during March Camp, students will learn that Astronomy is the study of everything in the universe beyond Earth's atmosphere, including objects we can see with our naked eyes, like the Sun, the Moon, the planets, and the stars. They will also come to understand the universe also includes objects we can only see with telescopes or other instruments, like faraway galaxies and tiny particles.
Lessons will be delivered by the qualified and professional teachers of AGMS.
The weather on Earth is always changing. Meteorology is a field of science that studies the changes in weather on a day-to-day basis. Have you ever asked your child why it rains? Where clouds come from? What makes our temperature cold or hot? These are some of the answers your child will discover through exploration of Meteorology. Children will be able to create their own Water Cycle and learn about evaporation, condensation and precipitation in our environment.
Young children love chemistry! The magical reactions between mixtures and materials often leave students in awe and wonder, which creates the perfect opportunity to develop their interests and love of chemistry and the beauty of science. Our qualified teachers will plan and setup interactive chemistry lessons and experiments to inspire the interest of chemistry within our students.
Electricity and power might be hard to understand for young students, but by learning the basics about how electricity works and doing a few fun, safe experiments with currents, students will begin to understand the significance of electricity in their lives and the importance of electrical safety.
Palaeontology is the study of plants and animals that lived millions of years ago and shows how plants, animals, and other living things evolved over time. Our little “scientists” will explore various types of dinosaurs, their bones, fossils and vegetation.
Palaeontology will provide a tangible approach for our students to understand the concept of time and evolution.
Presenters from Scientists In School will bring subject expertise, discovery- based learning methodologies, and specialized materials to setup inspirational classroom work stations for our students to explore the topic of science.
Our teachers, together with the assistance from the Scientists In School program, aim to spark a long-lasting interest of science in our students, and to encourage our students to always innovate and grow by understanding their surroundings and environment.