Do you like the idea of reading a science magazine that has colorful pictures, educationalcontents that appeals to all and sparks your innate curiosity? I’m sure every parent would want to get hold of a copy.
The Young Scientists
If Science is not one of your kiddos’ favorite topics, I’m sure their opinion would change. The Young Scientists is a magazine that aimed to capture children’s imagination and instill a real passion for science. It’s a plus to know The Young Scientists is based on the latest Singapore MOE Primary Science Syllabus and complemented with PSLE format questions 🙂
Big and Small M were introduced to The Young Scientists last year and as parents, we noticed a notable change in their knowledge of wider surroundings. With the gain of general knowledge, they are able to identify of what and how of the happenings around them. They, too, are enthusiastic and drawn to the magazine’s contents. So to say, The Young Scientists magazines have become their “bedtime stories” for a long while. The spark of laughter and questions asking on the various topics in the magazine would pierced the otherwise, quiet bedroom every night.
A Science Magazine for All
Hey, we’re all born with an innate curiosity. Sometimes all we need is a little inspiration to tap into it. Not every child reads at the same level, and that’s okay. The Young Scientists offer different versions of Science magazines for your kiddos.
The recommendations in general are: Level 1 = Introduction to Science for Pri1 to Pri2 | Level 2 = Lower Block Science for Pri3 to Pri4 | Level 3 = Upper Block Science for Pri5 to Pri6 | Level 4 = Lower Sec Science (EA/NA) for students graduating Pri6 to Sec2.
The Young Scientists Level 3 explores further the intricacy and mysteries of Science with fascinating articles, challenging questions to enhance development of Science concepts, meaningful experiments to build confidence and interesting Science stories in comic format. Contents are designed in compliance with the upper block themes of the latest Primary Science Syllabus, viz. Cycles, Systems, Energy and Interactions.
The Young Scientists Level 4 is specially designed and written for upper primary pupils and lower secondary students. The topics of the magazine aim to expose readers to more in-depth understanding of the themes of Diversity, Models, Systems and Interactions while maintaining the fun and exciting comic style which is the trademark of The Young Scientists magazine.
There are 10 magazines in each pack. Each magazine comes with a set of questions as well for you to practice after reading.
Mini-Scientists in the Making
Children make excellent scientists – they’re curious, eager to learn and have open minds. With The Young Scientists magazine, just watch how your child cultivate a greater love and interest for Science!
Many parents experienced their “first” today. Regardless of which year the children were in, it was their first time stepping into Tao Nan School after it went through a major upgrading. Yes, two solid years. Gone were the days they had to bear the heavy traffic at the previous holding site at Bedok South.