Spark Imaginative Learning Through Hands-On Exploration!
Science Made Fun of Nigeria offers 1 hour, hands-on workshops that foster authentic science learning – bringing scientific concepts out of the classroom & into the everyday lives of students.
- Meet STEM Objectives
- Provide an informal learning environment that supports an interactive, student-focused approach to learning.
- Open the Door to the Ever-Growing World of STEM Related Careers & Hobbies
- Encourage Social, Emotional & Academic Development.
- Are easily adaptable & offer a simple way to implement an academically rich activity into any afterschool curriculum:
- Designed to engage students with concepts such as chemistry, electricity, geology, biology, physics, nature & more
Whether you are looking for a one-time afterschool event, coordinating a full-term enrichment or looking for an innovative, educational activity to offer at your local library or community center, Science Made Fun of Nigeria offers a range of flexible and affordable afterschool programs.
Our Afterschool programs last for 1 hour and can accommodate as many hour long workshops as necessary to meet the needs of your school. This format is perfect for large schools or organizations/schools that offer afterschool programs at multiple sites.
Encourage science discovery in children around the world!
Reservations & FAQ's
Reservations are required
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Contact our Office by Phone at 09057575714 or 09082444268 or Save Time & Book Online.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How should I set up my facility in preparation for the Scientist?
A: Our Scientists can conduct hands-on science programs where ever children are gathered and excited to learn! Participants will simply need a level surface on which to work (i.e. table top, floor space, etc.). Note that some programs may require access to water; therefore, access to a sink and tap would also be helpful.
Discover the power of observation as students journey through experimentation!