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Explore Science Magic : Free Workshop for Kids

Join us for an exhilarating adventure into the realm of Science Magic! This interactive workshop for kids offers a captivating blend of awe-inspiring demonstrations and hands-on experiments, revealing the fascinating science behind magical illusions.

Live Course

Live Class: Saturday, 16 Mar

Enrolled: 0

Duration: 5 Hours

Offered by: infyni

Live Course

About Course

Welcome to the captivating world of Science Magic! In this exciting and interactive workshop designed specifically for kids, participants will embark on a journey to discover the enchanting fusion of science and magic. Through engaging demonstrations, hands-on activities, and mind-bending experiments, children will unlock the secrets behind seemingly impossible feats and develop a deeper understanding of scientific principles in a fun and accessible way. From mastering the art of optical illusions to creating mesmerizing chemical reactions, this workshop promises to ignite curiosity, spark creativity, and foster a lifelong love for science. Prepare to be amazed as we uncover the mysteries of the universe and unleash the magic of science!

Skills You Will Gain

Understanding basic scientific principles. Developing critical thinking skills. Enhancing observation abilities. Exploring the properties of light and optics. Conducting hands-on experiments with everyday materials. Mastering the art of illusion and sleight of hand. Creating and understanding chemical reactions. Building problem-solving skills through magic tricks. Cultivating creativity and imagination.Gaining confidence in scientific exploration and experimentation.

Course Offerings

  • Instructor Led Live sessions
  • Clarify doubts during session
  • Access Session Recordings
  • Attend on mobile and Tablet
  • Assessments and Competition
  • Direct Messages
  • Feedback from Instructor
  • Full lifetime Resources
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Topics
  • Instructor (1)
  • Greet the students and introduce yourself.

  • Briefly explain the purpose of the summer science classes. 

  • Engage students in a discussion about science.
  • Ask questions like: What do you think science is? What do scientists do?
  • Present an overview of the scientific method.
  • Explain the steps: Ask a question, Formulate a hypothesis, Plan an experiment, Conduct the experiment, Record data, Analyze results, Draw conclusions.
  • Divide students into small groups.
  • Provide materials for making paper airplanes.
  • Guide them through the experiment, emphasizing the steps of the scientific method.
  • Encourage students to make observations, ask questions, and record their findings.
  • Discuss the outcomes of the experiment as a group.
  • Assign a simple homework task related to making observations at home or in their surroundings.
  • Review the previous session's content briefly.
  • Discuss the students' homework and encourage them to share their observations.
  • Define force and give examples from everyday life.
  • Discuss types of forces such as gravity, friction, and magnetism.
  • Demonstrate the balloon rocket experiment.
  • Divide students into pairs and provide them with materials.
  • Guide them through the experiment, emphasizing the role of forces and motion.
  • Encourage them to make predictions, record observations, and discuss the results.
  • Demonstrate static electricity using various materials like balloons and wool.
  • Allow students to experiment with static electricity using their own materials.
  • Assist them in observing the effects and explaining the science behind it.
  • Recap the key concepts discussed during the session.
  • Assign a simple homework task related to forces and motion, such as finding examples of friction in their daily lives.
  • Review the previous session's content and homework.
  • Allow students to share their examples of friction from their daily lives.
  • Define matter and discuss its different states: solid, liquid, and gas.
  • Explain the concept of properties of matter such as color, texture, and density.
  • Provide a variety of objects and containers filled with water.
  • Guide students to predict and test which objects will sink or float.
  • Encourage them to record their observations and classify the objects based on their properties.
  • Demonstrate how heat can change the state of matter (e.g., melting ice).
  • Provide materials for students to experiment with changing states of matter (e.g., ice cubes, water, and heat source).
  • Guide them through the process, emphasizing the role of heat energy.
  • Recap the key concepts discussed during the session.
  • Assign a simple homework task related to the properties of matter, such as identifying and classifying different materials at home.
  • Review the previous session's content and homework.
  • Allow students to share their examples of different materials and their properties.
  • Discuss the importance of plants in our lives.
  • Explain the basic parts of a plant (roots, stems, leaves, flowers) and their functions.
  • Provide students with different seeds and materials for planting (pots, soil, water).
  • Guide them through the process of planting seeds and taking care of them.
  • Encourage them to observe and record the changes as the seeds germinate and grow.
  • Discuss the diversity of animals and their habitats.
  • Explain the concepts of herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores.
  • Present examples of animal adaptations (e.g., camouflage, beak shapes).
  • Provide materials for students to create their own animal adaptations (e.g., paper cutouts, coloring materials).
  • Guide them through the activity and encourage creativity.
  • Recap the key concepts discussed during the session.
  • Assign a simple homework task related to plants or animals, such as observing plants in their neighborhood or identifying animal tracks.
  • Review the previous session's content and homework.
  • Allow students to share their plant growth observations and animal adaptations.
  • Discuss the importance of the environment and its impact on living organisms.
  • Introduce concepts like pollution, conservation, and recycling.
  • Set up a water pollution demonstration using a clear container, water, and various pollutants (e.g., oil, food coloring, plastic).
  • Discuss the effects of pollution on aquatic life and the environment.
  • Guide students to brainstorm ways to prevent water pollution.
  • Explain the concept of composting and its benefits.
  • Provide materials for students to create their own compost bin (e.g., a plastic container, organic waste).
  • Guide them through the process and explain the importance of recycling organic waste.
  • Recap the key concepts discussed during the session and the entire summer science program.
  • Encourage students to apply their knowledge in their daily lives to help protect the environment.