Starting Them Young

In teaching STEM, the Child Study Center builds up the innate curiosity of pre-schoolers by using activity-based lessons that are essential to experiential learning and critical-thinking.

Activity-based lessons allow pre-schoolers to:

  • Use simple scientific skills of exploration, observation and experimentation
  • Discover the wise use of technology
  • Develop their creativity, problem-solving and critical thinking skills
  • Develop skills in analyzing, reasoning and communicating using different media

Mini-field trips, such as a visit to the grocery and using real money,
promote experimental learning.

Experts and role models visit classes to give kids a feel
of what their work is all about.

Activity-based lessons teach them simple Science and values at the same time.