Service Beakers covers a variety of lessons in our presentations and hands-on activities, including science activities from Biology and Chemistry. Learn more below.
These are our current lessons, and we are working on more! Let us know if you have any suggestions!
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Biology is a vast course, full of different fields. Service Beakers offers a variety of subtopics in the field of Biology. For example, hands-on activities may include observing live species and organs under a microscope, building habitats, diagnosing hypothetical illnesses, and isolating genetic material. Furthermore, we will try to cover as many fields in Biology as we can, helping your child discover what they enjoy and encouraging them to further that in their SYOI Projects.
Math is a variety of topics that can describe objects and substances using numbers. Service Beakers is working on many presentations involving different math topics! Activities may include analysis of real-world things using math, group problem-solving, and even making shapes. Math is a very useful topic in building SYOI projects too; for example, if you needed to reduce light usage by 30%, you would need a calculation.
Like Biology, Chemistry has many sub fields. For instance, hands-on activities may include starting and predicting chemical reactions, observing microscopic reactions, breaking down household food items, and making pickles glow! In addition, we will be teaching how to balance chemical equations, how to predict them, and having fun with them!