Ignite the Passion for Science!
Terrific Scientific aims to SPARK the excitement of young people, ages 4-15, for SCIENCE in a setting that allows them to explore, question, and experiment with fascinating facts, projects and activities. Through discovery based learning, students carry out experiments, engage in team activities, build and program robots, learn new technologies, and see how science works in the real world. Our programs are full STEAM ahead…Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math designed to inspire future innovators!
By working with professional colleagues and developers of science and robotic curriculum, we have created an unparalleled set of cutting edge programs designed for the young mind ages 4-15. All of our programs are “kid-tested” to ensure that classes and camps are fun, full of scientific concepts, and have a track record of being successful! With Terrific Scientific, students have a safe and positive learning environment where they can experiment, problem solve, build scientific skills and delve into the mysteries of science.
Locally owned, we have over 10 years of teaching experience, curriculum development, and running after school programs/camps. Our team of professionals and college counselors from the fields of education, engineering, science, psychology, art and technology bring a set of unique experiences that will enrich and inspire young students to stretch out of their comfort zone to the depths of their critical thinking skills! We require that each instructor receive full background checks and certifications.
Learning with Hands-On Activities! For years educators have stressed that students learn better “by doing” – especially in the sciences. Students of all ages learn more science-content and skills when they engage in investigation and discovery...
Let’s Build a Robot! The fantastic, real world benefits of making and programming robots. In the STEAM club's Robotek program, students will be able to build robotic models featuring working motors and sensors; program their models; and explore...