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Homeschoolers will conduct age-appropriate science experiments, exploring the fun side of science. We will learn about the human eye while dissecting an animal eye and learn how it is like a human eye.
$10 cash material fee due to instructor at beginning of class.
Homeschoolers will conduct age-appropriate science experiments, exploring the fun side of science. We will learn about the human eye while dissecting an animal eye and learn how it is like a human eye. Each student will have their own dissection kit to work on and take home (if they choose).
$15 cash material fee due to instructor at beginning of class which includes the dissection kit.
$10 cash material fee due to instructor at beginning of class which includes the dissection kit.
High school students will learn about chemical ions by extracting them from medicine. Students will conduct advanced experiments, testing the effects of antibiotics in bacteria as well as the effects of disinfectants.
A supply fee of $15 will be due to the instructor at the beginning of class.
Students will have the opportunity to explore matter - its properties, compositions, structins, and most excitingly, its interactions. Students will conduct simple, fun science experiments at various stations. They will have access to age-appropriate chemicals and equipment, including glassware and plasticware.
A $5 cash supply fee is due to instructor at the beginning of class.
Who did it? Forensic science is used to investigate criminal cases involving a victim. In this lab, students will explore how the science of DNA, blood typing, fingerprinting, and evidence collection converge in the scientific and technological aspects of criminal investigations.
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Class begins on 10/18/2023.
This is a fully online course.
Class begins on 11/15/2023.
Class begins on 12/13/2023.
We’ll use plaster, paint, and more simply sloppy supplies to make a project that’s way too messy to do at home! We’ll become masters at making a mess, learn some pretty cool stuff– and have lots of fun as we create these messy monsters on a canvas board! Children must be accompanied by a caregiver.
This program involves ozobots which are golf ball sized robots that follow color codes and program coding. Learn about Water as a vital natural resource, watersheds, how humans use water, and protecting water. This program includes hands on activities with color code robots and a watershed table demonstration. In this S.T.E.M. program we introduce the ozobots with the water cycle and have activities that involve ozos over the four sessions.
Wild things in wild places are the focus of this TEKS aligned program where students learn how to identify San Antonio wildlife, wildlife habitats, and wildlife safety. This program is reinforced through many hands on activities including nature guides, animal pelts, and replica wildlife skulls. Learn about animal identification, native habitats, unique animal characteristics, and wildlife conservation.