Their S.T.E.A.M enrichment program is aimed at stimulating the interest of kids in the areas of science and technology, arts, maths and engineering. At their summer Robotics camps, children will embark on a journey of self discovery.
Science cosmos are interested in developing the young at their tender age when they are at their most curious and experimental stage. Their child-centered care is tailor made for parents who want to give their kids the opportunity and stimulating environment to explore and discover all there is know about the world around them. Their child-based curriculum has always encouraged kids to go on a search for self and personal awareness. With the expansion of their STEAM program, they hope to broaden the horizon of participants.
S.T.E.A.M is Science Cosmos' acronym for Science, technology, engineering, art and maths. These five broad yet specific areas are what Science Cosmos are most interested in. The STEAM program inculcates the schooling curriculum and meshes it with fun like features to aid the intellectual and social development of children. Their Lego classes Chantilyhelps young children develop social skills that will help them interact with their environment as they go through the different stages of maturity.
The work and play feature to their approach of developing children is seen evident at their Lego robotic camps. Video games are a favourite past time for most children and so, educators at Science Cosmos are of the opinion that if children are provided with the right environment and technological tools to build their own games, their inventorial skills will be sharpened in the process.
The training program is designed to suit the requirement of children of all ages at different stages of development. Simple training programs are provided to younger kids and as they grow older, they are exposed to more complex curriculum that suits their cognitive and emotional capacity. Programs are designed to attract and sustain their excitement using interactive and eye-catching manual and technological features. Educators at Cosmos want every time spent at their Lego robotics camps to be psychologically and emotionally stimulating.
To learn faster, trainers let kids build engineering and robotic structures which helps them create their own games and fun applications. They also have after school programs to keep them engaged during the holiday period. The skills and lessons learnt at school is improved upon at Lego boot camps.
Not every parent can fully grasp the idea behind Science Cosmos' STEAM program and they are aware of this. What they have done to elicit the interest of parents is to offer the opportunity of a free trial. Parents can order for a free trial on behalf of their kids by visiting Science Cosmos' website, sciencecosmos.com . With the opportunity of free trials, kids can take in the experience for a short while and if they enjoy the experience and their parents are impressed with what they see, they can enrol their kids.
More information can be sourced from their website at sciencecosmos.com
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