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The Two Forgotten Senses – Start Noticing These Senses With Your Child
Dec 06, 2022

Did you know? Apart from the five basic senses - sight, olfactory (smell), gustatory (taste), tactile (touch), and auditory (hearing), we have two other senses, related to body movement. The vestibular and proprioceptive systems are the two senses that are frequently overlooked. These two senses are key to our children’s development as they use them to make sense of the world around them...

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Is Your Child Observant?
Oct 25, 2022

Being observant is an important disposition because it helps your child be mindful of the details and happenings around them and within themselves. The ability to collect critical information empowers them to make better decisions. Being observant accelerates learning. If your child is observant, they will be able to engage their five senses to be aware of and make sense of their surroundings...

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Terra Minds Education is accredited by!
Jul 05, 2022

Terra Minds Education has been awarded the Accredited™ Educational Experience Trustmark! What does this mean? STEM is a curriculum approach in educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach based on real-world applications...

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The Benefits of Hands-On Learning
Apr 06, 2022

What is hands-on learning? Hands-on learning in early childhood simply means children learn by doing and experiencing something. Hands-on learning offers more learning opportunities through various activities in our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) -related lessons and workshops. Each lesson by Terra Minds has at least one meaningful hands-on activity. What is good about hands-on learning?

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Experiments with Light: An extension lesson with your Periscope Science Kit
Apr 24, 2020

Material Properties – Transparent, Translucent & Opaque Size of shadows So we already learnt previously that light travels in a straight line. Also, light can bounce off objects – a process called reflection! But light can interact with objects in other ways too! Sometimes, light is able to travel through and out of the object…

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Experiments with bar magnets: An extension lesson with your Seesaw Science Kit
Apr 21, 2020

Having bar magnets from your science kits and wondering what are other experiments to do? Join us now for H.O.T! In our Hands-On-Time , we will repurpose items found at home together with your bar magnet to explore more about our earth’s magnetic poles and magnetic force. Hands-On-Time Experiment List Block that magnet power!

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FLOATING KITE | Magnet Experiment
Apr 09, 2020

Magnets can be found everywhere and are super fun to explore! Hold two magnets close enough together and SNAP! They seem to stick together without any glue or tape! We can also make objects look like they are floating by using magnets to pull or push without touching! DIY Craft – A Magnet-Powered Kite Magnet…

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STRETCH AND GO! | Elastic Potential Energy Experiment
Apr 09, 2020

Build this elastic-powered helicopter craft with us and learn about how energy can be stored in elastic materials! Get creative and decorate the cup into a helicopter! You can also add blades onto the spinning straws and make a functional, elastic-powered handheld fan! Elasticity ...

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DISCO TIME | Light Reflection Experiment
Apr 09, 2020

The sun has set, and now it’s time to boogie! Make your very own disco ball to illuminate your kiddos impromptu dance party! Bouncing Light Beams It’s no coincidence that disco balls are commonly made with shiny mirrors. Let’s go closer into...

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