Coping with Primary Science (P5 - P6)
Date: 28 April 2018
Time: 9 am to 12 pm
Venue: Times Centre, 1 New Industrial Road
Register via https://tinyurl.com/y8p6quf9
Science concepts are not new to children. In fact, they encounter science in everyday situations. But science is only formally taught and learnt when students enter Primary 3.
While science continues to fascinate children, it is also undoubtedly challenging for them. As parents, how can you ensure that they understand and cope well with the task of learning new concepts? What are some ways to help them see the relevance of Science in our everyday life as well as have fun with it?
This workshop aims to give parents an overview of the themes, topics and key concepts that their children are learning in school and an understanding of how they can understand science concepts to answer open-ended questions effectively Let our trainer guide you along the lower primary science syllabus to help your child navigate through the many experiments and variables and concepts!
Attend our workshop and learn:
• The requirements of the Primary Science Curriculum and assessment format
• Key science concepts at the Primary 5 and 6 levels
• Key strategies for answering the Multiple Choice and Open-ended questions
• How you can help your child master science concepts and process skills right at home
This workshop is suitable for parents with children in primary 5 and 6.