To introduce younger students to fun methods of learning, volunteers with academic interest can join our team of educators. As a team, volunteers will receive or prepare a lesson for an event. During each event, volunteers will engage with younger students in various subjects such as math, science, or art by providing activities or showing demonstrations that cannot usually be done in a regular school setting. Through this program, our educators hope their juniors develop an interest in learning.
How can birds and planes fly? Why do leaves float? What makes flames spread out, when heat rises upwards? Everything has a reason, and that is all enveloped in science.
- Which paper plane model flies the farthest? -- Exploring the aspects of aerodynamics
- Can clay actually float? -- Determining the properties of buoyancy
- Lift heavy boulder? Easy! -- Using levers to raise heavy objects
CAN YOU ART? YES, YOU CAN. Art is a fun means of self-expression that anyone can enjoy! With TASC, kids learn basic techniques, while developing their creativity.
- Color Wheel- Learning about the creation of color
- Degree of shades- properties and techniques of shading
- Perspective - 1 point and 2 points perspective
- Soap Carving - Learning to use carving utensils
Most students think math only involves complicated questions and confusing variables but we believe that math stimulates the ability to think outside the equation. Math is the basis in various fields of science and helps develop a keen sense of logical thinking
- Flexagon - Create your own flexagon and learn about shapes.
- Toothpick puzzles - Solve tricky puzzles by moving or removing toothpicks.