Science Yr5-8

Science with Kate Dunn

chemistry

For home educated students 9-12yrs (Yr5-8)

In term two we are exploring home chemistry. We’ll learn about a whole lot of different things, including: colour chromatography, acids and bases, enzymes, abrasives, chemicals in everyday products, detergents, rising agents and more! Each week we’ll learn about a different aspect of chemistry, with lots of experiments and educational activities along the way. We will be recording some of our results in writing, like good scientists, which is why this class is limited to older children (9 to 12 year olds). 

This class will have a relaxed atmosphere, with conversation and lots of fun, as well as some great learning going on. Parents are welcome to stay to help or leave their children.

 

Kate’s art class runs weekly out of the North Shore YMCA to coincide with other HASCA and homeschool activities which happen there each week! (See ‘What’s On?!’ )

Kate is a wonderful teacher and an excellent communicator. Be encouraged to try her classes – your children will thoroughly enjoy them!

Term Dates:  Term 2 classes start on May 2nd (9 week term)

When: Fridays 1:00pm – 2:00pm 

Where: YMCA North Shore, Rendle Room, 5 Akoranga Drive, Northcote 

Who: Primary aged home-educated students, strictly 9-12yrs (Yr5 to Yr8).

Fees:

HASCA member rate   $63.00 per student / 9 week term

Non-member rate         $72.00 per student / 9 week term

*Includes materials*

For more information please contact Kate Dunn on 021 046 6831, or email Kate, or register your interest by using the contact form below.

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HASCA does not directly run this activity but is very happy to recommend, promote, and support this programme. Kate is a lovely, kind lady who home educates her children and is a long-standing HASCA member. Your children will love learning with Kate! Please support this programme through participation, thank you.

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