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Lower Primary Programmes

 

  Title Type Levels
  STELLAR based Programmes
A Butterfly is Born (Stellar)
Life in a Shell (Stellar)
My River (Stellar)
Underground Dance (Stellar)
Poggy Frog and the Cows (Stellar)
The Enormous Watermelon (Stellar)
World of Tools (Stellar)
The Grasshopper and the Ant (Stellar)
Slither and Slide (Stellar)
The Feast (Stellar)
In the Garden (Stellar)
The Wolf’s Story (Stellar)

Physical Sciences Programmes
Power Forever
Be an Expert! - in the World of Paper Airplanes
Start Programming from Scratch (Learning by Design)
Creative Coding from Scratch (Learning by Design)
Lego WeDo
STARLAB: Seasons and Stars
STARLAB: Earth and the Planets

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Stellar-based Programmes

A Butterfly is Born (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 1 and 2 )
Description In conjunction with the book, A Butterfly is Born, pupils will learn about different types of insects and their characteristics. They will be able to observe various live specimens of insects, in particular the butterfly. Pupils will also learn about the life cycle of a butterfly. At the end of the class, pupils will bring home their very own craft activity of a butterfly life cycle. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Insects and their characteristics, Life cycle of a butterfly
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am or 2.30pm
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Life in a Shell (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 1 and 2 )
Description In conjunction with the book, Life in a Shell, pupils will learn about animals that have shells. Pupils will have firsthand experience to touch sea shells and to interact with garden snails and hermit crabs, and learn about the interesting characteristics of these amazing animals. At the end of the class, pupils will bring home their very own craft activity of a snail 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Features of shelled marine animals (such as oysters) and land snails, comparing land snails and hermit crabs
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am or 2.30pm
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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My River (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 1 and 2 )
Description In conjunction with the book, My River, pupils will be exposed to different types of pond plants and animals. They will be able to touch different types of pond plants and observe different types of pond animals. Pupils will also learn about the characteristic of insects and the life cycle of a dragonfly. At the end of the class, pupils will bring home their very own craft activity of a dragonfly. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Pond plants and animals, Characteristic of insects, Life cycle of a dragonfly
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am or 2.30pm
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Underground Dance (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 1 and 2 )
Description In conjunction with the book, Underground Dance, pupils will learn about sound in a fun and interactive manner. They will have amazed by the wonderful world of sound; how it is made, how it travels through things and concepts related to loudness and pitch. Pupils will also be entertained with a mini sound show and a walk at the Sound gallery. At the end of the class, pupils will make and bring home their own craft activity of a musical instrument. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Sound as a form of energy (vibrations), Different types of sounds (loud/soft & high/low pitch & noise/music)
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am or 2.30pm
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Poggy Frog and the Cows (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 3 and 4 )
Description In conjunction with the book, Poggy Frog and the Cows, pupils will learn about frogs and toads in a fun and interactive manner. They will be thrilled by live specimens of frogs and tadpoles, while finding out various interesting facts about frogs and toads such as the different places they live and the different ways they move. At the end of the class, pupils will bring home their very own craft activity of a tadpole. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Characteristics of frogs and toads, Comparing frogs and toads, Life cycle of a frog / toad.
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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The Enormous Watermelon (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 3 and 4 )
Description In conjunction with the book, The Enormous Watermelon, pupils will learn about plants in an exciting way. Through fun and engaging hands-on activities, pupils will get a chance to learn the function of various plant parts. After learning more about the life cycle of a plant, students will get a chance to bring home their own craft activity of a plant. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Parts of a Plant, Life cycle of a plant
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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World of Tools (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 3 and 4 )
Description In conjunction with the book, World of Tools, pupils will learn about tools in a fun and interactive manner. They will be intrigued by the amazing world of tools, how it works and how it helps us in our daily life Pupils will also take a walk at the Kinetic Garden to see examples of simple machines. At the end of the class, pupils will make and bring home their own craft activity of a simple machine. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Simple Machines
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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The Grasshopper and the Ant (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 3 and 4 )
Description In conjunction with the book, Grasshopper and the Ant, pupils will explore the wonderful world of insects. Students will learn more about one of the insect characters from the book — the honeybee. The honeybee is a fun insect to learn about through hands-on activities, dance and even making of a simple craft! 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Characteristics of insects, physical characteristics and behavior of the honeybee, Products from honeybees
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Slither and Slide (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 3 and 4 )
Description In conjunction with the book, Slither and Slide, pupils will learn about earthworm and mealworms in a fun and interactive manner. They will have firsthand experience handling live specimens of earthworms and mealworms, while conducting simple experiments on them to infer their environmental preferences. At the end of the class, pupils will bring home their very own craft activity of a worm. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Characteristics of earthworm and mealworm, Comparing earthworm and mealworm, Environmental preferences of an earthworm and mealworm
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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The Feast (Stellar) ( Available in Terms 3 and 4 )
Description In conjunction with the book, The Feast, pupils will learn about acids and bases in a fun and interactive manner. Through experiments with food and household products, they will get the chance to find out that acids and bases are actually all around them. At the end of the class, the students will make their very own craft activity about acid and bases. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Acids and Bases
Group size 20 minimum, 30 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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In the Garden (Stellar)
Description This lesson has been developed to be utilised as part of the SEED programme. Be amazed by the many plants found in our tropical climate. Meet some of the animals that call the Ecogarden home and learn about the plants that provide them with shelter, food and a place to lay their eggs. Visit the Tree house and even dig around in the leaf litter to find your own earthworm! 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Parts of a plant, Uses of plants, Garden animals, Relationships and interactions between plants and animals in the garden.
Group size 20 minimum, 60 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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The Wolf’s Story (Stellar)
Description This hands-on workshop encourages students to think beyond tale text of the Wolf’s Story and improve their language skills through working together as a group. Students will learn to classify materials and describe what these materials can do to change the story. Students will also get a chance to use the state-of-the-art technology that uses 3D Interactive Mixed- Reality system to tell their own story. 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Classification of Materials and Storytelling
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30 am or 2.30am
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Power Forever
Description For generations, we have depended upon petroleum for our energy needs, but as our oil wells run dry and our consumption of it pollutes our lands, we must look to other sources to fuel our power-hungry devices. In this workshop, we will learn to make use of energy from the sun and the wind to empower us; do you want to be free of our oil dependency? Do you want to learn how to become more environmentally friendly? Join us! 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Renewable energy, sources of Energy (sun, wind etc), Coonecting circuits,
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Physical Sciences Programmes

Be an Expert! - in the World of Paper Airplanes
Description Stall and Crash! Is that what happened to your paper airplane when you throw it?  Learn the simple yet most important physic that enhances the flight performance of your paper airplane. Our paper airplanes specialist will teach you 3 ultimate airplane models that presently reign supreme! If you wish to design and build the definitive, furthest, best paper airplane, this is the last stop you should make.  
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Aerodynamics, force, what makes an airplane fly
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee Free (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non- Institutional School Members)
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Start Programming from Scratch (Learning by Design)
Description Looking for a fun way to hone your design and problem-solving skills? Then start learning Scratch! In this session, you’ll become skilled at thinking creatively, reasoning systematically and working collaboratively. Learn how to think like a computer programmer! This module introduces basic programming concepts such as flowcharts, conditional statements and control loops. This workshop doesn’t require special expertise, just clear and careful thinking! 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Interactive media, Programming, Creativity, Design
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 2 hours
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee $6 (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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Creative Coding from Scratch (Learning by Design)
Description People learn best when they are active partakers in design activities. In this module, participants will delve deeper in intersecting arts and technology! Create animations, interactive stories and games that will stretch your logical reasoning and problem-solving abilities. You’ll also get to learn how to develop ideas from initial conception to completed projects. All that’s needed is your sustained focus and perseverance! 
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary
Topics Interactive media, Programming, Creativity, Design
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee $7 (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non- Institutional School Members)
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Lego WeDo
Description Lego WeDo engages students in hands-on experiments that combine different subjects such as science, mathematics, art and language. With Lego WeDo, students can link their real life Lego constructions to the virtual world of computers, letting them learn about basic programming, engineering and project making in a fun and engaging way.Each Lego WeDo workshop comes in two parts – the first part on the use of the Lego WeDo system, while the second part is an experiment or activity on a particular theme.Themes for this year include: • Animal Behaviour (on animal adaptations, cause and effect, and storytelling) • Robotic Athletes (on geometry and force and motion)  
Mode of Delivery Practical Lab Sessions
Target Audience Primary  
Topics Programming, Computers, Engineering, Creativity, Design, Science
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1.5 hours
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee $8 (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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STARLAB: Seasons and Stars
Description Explore the bright stars and constellations of the night sky. Experience the changes that occur in the sky as Earth travels its one year orbit around the Sun. Learn about the reason for seasons as well as how to identify the stars and constellations associated with different times of the year. 
Mode of Delivery Lecture Demo
Target Audience Primary
Topics Constellations, star names, stories/mythology, Earth’s tilt, seasons
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1 hour
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee $5 (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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STARLAB: Earth and the Planets
Description Take a tour through the solar system and visit the eight main planets and observe their unique physical characteristics. Learn more how to identify planets in the night sky with your own eyes. Also, explore the interaction between the Sun, Earth and Moon which results in a variety of astronomical events such as eclipses and the phases of the moon. Learn how the movement of the Sun and Moon form the basis of how we measure time, through the use of sundials and lunar calendars. 
Mode of Delivery Lecture Demo
Target Audience Primary
Topics Planets, the Sun, day and night, phases of the moon, eclipses, time, light and shadow.
Group size 20 minimum, 40 maximum
Duration 1 hour
Time 9.30am, 2.30pm
Course Fee $5 (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to Non-Institutional School Members)
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