About Gallery Pathways
Gallery Pathways have been designed to enhance students' understanding and application of science concepts taught in the primary, secondary and junior college school science curriculum.
These pathways also complement the exhibits in the exhibitions and are designed to guide students as they learn how to better visualise abstract ideas such as force, infection and transmission of infections, genetics, nanotechnology, environmental impact etc.
Book in advance
The Gallery Pathway is a self-conducted learning session and teachers are encouraged to book with us in advance before making a visit.
Each Gallery Pathway is accompanied with worksheets to guide the students in their learning process. Worksheets and answer sheets will be provided to the teacher-in-charge during the visit (bookings for worksheets have to be made at least 3 days in advance).
To facilitate your visit to the Science Centre, please inform us by filling up the booking form and fax it to us at 65616361.
Primary Gallery Pathway Details
| Name of Pathway|| Topics || Recommended Levels|
|Ecogarden Tour||Diversity of Living Things: Plants and Insects|
Plant and their Uses: Plant Varieties, Culinary Garden, Economic Crops
Interactions within the Environment: Pond, Garden, Tree, Tree Communities
| P3, P4, P5, P6|
|Earth: Our Untamed Planet||History of Earth|
Forces of Nature
Technological Advancements in Earth Research
|Climate Change Climate Challenge||Interactions within the Environment: water cycle, man's carbon footprint, climate change and its impact on the environment, Smart Energy|| P5, P6|
|Energy Trail @ Kinetic Garden |
Energy Forms and Uses: sound energy, thermal energy, light energy, kinetic energy, potential energy, gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energyEnergy Conversion: Energy conversion from one form to another
|P4, P5, P6|
|Open your Eyes|
Optical Illusions: Perception, Persistence of VisionEnergy Forms and Uses: Light, Colours & Shadows
|P3, P4, P5, P6|
Cell System: Plant and Animal CellsCycles in plants and animals: DNA traits
The exhibition galleries are open from 10am to 6pm (closed on Mondays except during school holidays).
We recommend that you spend at least an hour in each exhibition gallery.