#### Classes in Tecoma

Foundational Math and Science

$30 for one, $20 for siblings

Friday 10am to 12pm

July 15 to September 16

For ages 5 and 6

Foundational Math and Science is a two part course, starting with 50 minutes of introductory math, a twenty minute break and then 50 minutes of science. Most of the science lessons will include a hands on science experiment or practical inquiry. The maths is largely a verbal and visual exploration using tangible resources such as dice, play dough and colour, with an introduction to numerals and mathematical abstraction. It is suitable for younger children who are seeking to be inspired and have their curiosity for math and science grown and nurtured.

Example classes include:

- The golden ratio and plants

- Historical counting systems of the Babylonians, Egyptians and Romans

- Acids and bases, and pH testing

- The movement of the Sun. Earth and Moon and how these influence the seasons, night and day and the solstices

- Atoms and the periodic table

- Density, gravity, mass and volume

- Constructing graphs

- DNA and gene pools, natural selection and influences on the gene pool

- Neurones and how we learn

Early Secondary Math and Science

$30 for one, $20 for siblings

Tuesdays 10am to 12pm

July 12 to September 13

For ages 11 to 14

This is a two part class, with a maths session, a small break and then a science section.

The mathematics will largely begin with geometry with an aim to understand algebra and the application of formulas. We'll be covering:

- Angles and lines

- Units of measurement

- Length, Area and Volume, and the three dimensions

- Properties of circles and pi

- Properties of polygons, including regular polygons

- Density, gravity, mass and volume

The science part will cover a broad range of topics for example:

- Acids and bases, and pH testing

- The movement of the Sun. Earth and Moon and how these influence the seasons, night and day and the solstices

- Atoms, the periodic table, electrons and atomic bonding

- DNA and gene pools, natural selection and influences on the gene pool

- Neurones and how we learn

- The curvature of space-time

- Cells and their machinery

Late primary Math and Science

$30 for one, $20 for siblings

Tuesdays 1pm to 3pm

July 12 to September 13

For ages 7 to 10

This is a two part class, with a maths session, a small break and then a science section.

The mathematics component of this class will focus on arithmetic including

- Addition and subtraction

- Multiplication and division

- Fractions

- Percentages

- Decimals

The science part will cover a broad range of topics including:

- Acids and bases, and pH testing

- The movement of the Sun. Earth and Moon and how these influence the seasons, night and day and the solstices

- Atoms, the periodic table, electrons and atomic bonding

- DNA and gene pools, natural selection and influences on the gene pool

- Neurones and how we learn

- The curvature of space-time

- Cells and their machinery

Late secondary mathematics

$30 for one, $20 for siblings

Wednesdays 10am to 12pm

July 13 to September 14

For ages 14 to 16

This class is an intensive mathematics class, with an aim to cover year 10 level curriculum. An understanding of arithmetic is required, other skills will be taught. This class will involve some homework and a strong intention to learn and focus.

8 weeks