Supernova Science classes consist of inquiry based units that research has shown to be most effective for student achievement in science.
The lessons include science process skills that develop students ability to think and perform like a scientist. They are designed to encourage children to investigate the nature of the world around them through participation in scientific investigations and develop ways to be environmental stewards.
Kit materials correlate with the lessons so that students can have hands-on experiences to better understand science concepts. Students are provided opportunities to apply this knowledge to solve problems and understand the nature of science.
Our Preschool program introduces the concept of science and its role in our daily life through fun, interactive experiments.
Our youngest scientists explore topics on: life cycles of frogs/butterflies, forces and gravity, and the chemistry of mixing colors, just to name a few.
Elementary students will marvel at the opportunity to explore Newton's Laws in action, dissect a squid, and document the dependencies of the Pond Water Food Chain. Junior scientists will be introduced to a real working microscope as they make discoveries into the world of science.
Middle-schoolers will delve deep into science principles by incorporating research, experiential learning, and scientific methodology into their labs and results.