Little Bang Discovery Club

Little Bang Discovery Club

Preschool 3 to 5 year olds and
Primary school 6 to 8 year olds (K to 2)

Young children are already great scientists without even knowing it.

This fun-filled 4-session hands-on program combines everyday objects and experiences with genuine scientific enquiry methods that children and their accompanying parents will thoroughly enjoy. Best of all, everyone will have a discovery box to take home between sessions with a load of exciting items and activities to explore between sessions. The program concludes in session 4 with a graduation ceremony for the junior discoverers.

SESSION OVERVIEWS

Session 1: Collecting and Classifying

Being a junior discoverer takes some special skills. In this first session you will learn how to sort and match objects from around the home and from the Discovery Box we loan to you for the duration of the course.

Session 2: Measuring

In this session we will learn all about weighing and measuring – one of the first and most important skills of early discoverers. Learn how to balance unevenly weighted objects so you can make your own mobile at home

Session 3: Experimenting

Today we will ask lots of questions and design our own experiments to find the answers. We put our measuring, observation and recording skills to the test. We will prepare you to undertake your own experiment at home for next week’s science fair.

Session 4: Science Fair

In our final session the children will take part in their very own science fair, sharing what they have discovered in their own experiment. Then enjoy more table-top science activities and finally there is a graduation ceremony where each child will receive a certificate.


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How public libraries contribute to the STEM agenda

Little Bang Discovery Club FEATURES in advocacy publication
- How public libraries contribute to the STEM Agenda

Training is now being offered to public library librarians and also those working in early childhood and primary education, home school and other community educations settings.

NSW teachers can now be accredited through our STEM learning program.  Children's Discovery is endorsed to provide NESA Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher. Course code: C2349


Completing this course will contribute 6 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 2.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

 Contact us for more details about the Little Bang Discovery Club or to enquire about training.

                 

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