Program Outline

Life Science

This program uses more than 130 unique activities, including engaging experiments to teach life science concepts to students in Levels 1-3.

Living and Non-Living

Unit 1: Living and Non-Living

Level 1-3: Identify whether a given thing is living or non-living and characteristics of what makes it so.
11 Lessons


Unit 1: Humans

Level 1-3: Identify the basic internal and external body parts and where they are located on the body - ankle, bones, brain, chest, elbow, eyes, feet etc.
28 Lessons


Unit 1: Plants

Level 1-3: Learn how to name plants, the parts of a plant, the plant's needs and it's life cycle.
31 Lessons

Habitats and Adaptations

Unit 1: Habitats and Adaptations

This Level 1-3 unit aims to teach students to understand how certain traits are beneficial to animals in certain habitats and to identify the appropriate habitat of common plants and animals
6 Lessons

Food Chains

Unit 1: Food Chains

This Level 1-3 unit focuses on understanding the difference between producers and consumers. It helps students identify whether common plants and animals are producers or consumers.
6 Lessons


Unit 1: Environment

Level 1-3: Understand the principle of environmental change, understand the sources of environmental change. Students are taught the concepts of recycling and renewable resources.
8 Lessons


Unit 1: Animals

Level 1-3: Identify the names of common animals. Understand the characteristics of birds, fish, insects and mammals, basic characteristics of common and exotic animals and practice the ability to sort animals based on their characteristics.
43 Lessons