Our Unique Curriculum

5Levels

6Pillars

7Milestones

5 Academic Levels

We provide 5 different levels of science education according to age, covering children from age 3 to 11 years old.

Levels:
Pathfinder

K1
3 years old

Explorer

K2 – K3
4-5 years old

Junior

Grade 1 – 2
6-7 years old

Pioneer

Grade 3 – 4
8-9 years old

Expert

Grade 5 – 6
10-12 years old

Levels:
Pathfinder

K1
3 years old

Explorer

K2 – K3
4-5 years old

Junior

Grade 1 – 2
6-7 years old

Pioneer

Grade 3 – 4
8-9 years old

Expert

Grade 5 – 6
10-11 years old

6 Main Pillars of Science

We provide the most comprehensive early childhood science curriculum covering the six main pillars of science.

Chemistry
Biology
Astronomy
Physics
Ecology
Engineering
Chemistry
Biology
Astronomy
Physics
Ecology
Engineering

7 Scientific Development Milestones

Our curriculum is inspired by the Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS). It is original, student-centric and age appropriate.

1. Observation and Data Gathering

Able to describe observations orally


2. Use of Tools to Measure Data

Able to identify and use simple measuring instruments with guidance


3. Use of Scientific Vocabulary

Develop individual scientific vocabulary


4. Identification of a Question/Problem

Develop curiosity and identify questions about day to day phenomenon


5. Investigations

To follow instructions on investigations given one step at a time


6. Experiment Predictions

Able to suggest prediction of experiment outcomes


7. Analysis and Evaluation of Data

Able to observe and describe experiment outcomes in simple drawings

1. Observation and Data Gathering

Able to describe observations orally


2. Use of Tools to Measure Data

Able To identify and use simple measuring instruments with guidance


3. Use of Scientific Vocabulary

Develop and communicate individual scientific vocabulary


4. Identification of a Question/Problem

Develop curiosity and identify questions about day to day phenomenon


5. Investigations

To follow instructions on investigations given one step at a time


6. Experiment Predictions

Able To suggest prediction of experiment outcomes


7. Analysis and Evaluation of Data

Able To describe experiment outcome in own words

1. Observation and Data Gathering

Able To write out Observations in sequence


2. Use of Tools to Measure Data

Able to use a variety of instruments and tools to measure data independently


3. Use of Scientific Vocabulary

Develop and communicate scientific vocabulary in phrases


4. Identification of a Question/Problem

Able to identify possible improvements when experiments fail


5. Investigations

Able to plan and carry out systematics investigations with manipulating variables


6. Experiment Predictions

Able To suggest predictions pf experiment outcomes and explain why


7. Analysis and Evaluation of Data

Able to interpret and evaluate data gathered to draw conclusions

1. Observation and Data Gathering

Able to report and present observations in oral and written forms including charts and graphs


2. Use of Tools to Measure Data

Able to accurately choose instruments and tools to measure data independently, and to repeat readings when needed


3. Use of Scientific Vocabulary

Able to use specific vocabulary in paragraphs or presentation


4. Identification of a Question/Problem

Able to identify possible improvements and present the correct procedures when experiments fail


5. Investigations

Able To predict and explain the possible learning outcomes during the experiments


6. Experiment Predictions

To make and test predictions and set up further fair tests


7. Analysis and Evaluation of Data

Able to interpret and evaluate data gathered to draw conclusions and identify real life applications

1. Observation and Data Gathering

Able to report and present observations in oral and written forms including charts and graphs


2. Use of Tools to Measure Data

Able to accurately choose instruments and tools to measure data independently, and to repeat readings when needed


3. Use of Scientific Vocabulary

Able to use specific vocabulary in paragraphs or presentation


4. Identification of a Question/Problem

Able to identify possible improvements and present the correct procedures when experiments fail


5. Investigations

Able To predict and explain the possible learning outcomes during the experiments


6. Experiment Predictions

To make and test predictions and set up further fair tests


7. Analysis and Evaluation of Data

Able to interpret and evaluate data gathered to draw conclusions and identify real life applications