Every bionerd knows this one by heart—lab safety is the most important thing. It is our first priority. Most of our reagents used are kid-friendly, but it is important to form a good lab practice and habit from the start. You will learn to protect yourself by using appropriate lab gears. You will become an expert in laboratory ethics to prevent accidents to yourself, others, or the living animals you are working with. Biology is more fun when it’s smooth sailing.
What a wonderful world of insect! Learn how insects give us insight on the power of transformation. They go through fascinating life cycles. You will have the privilege of nurturing and witnessing their evolution from their physical appearance, texture, behavior and diet. You think you know them when they are babies, you won’t recognize them as adults!
If you think your smartphone is the more important thing, think about plants and trees. You are able to breath better because they are nice enough to produce oxygen. In this class, you will learn the how and why of plants and trees. How they make their own food, why leaves changes color throughout the seasons, and much more. You will never look at them the same way again.
DNA rules how your body look and behave within and outside your environment. Such power. You should get to know it better. You will see what DNA actually looks like and how DNA plays a role in Genetics. Last but not least, by the end of this class, bionerds will be able to pronounce deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and brag about it.
Animals are just like you. Their body is one fascinating survival mechanism. From digestive tract to physiological instinct, you will learn why they look, feel, and behave the way they do.
Yet they live everywhere around you. Don’t be scared, with a microscope you can see and study them up-close and personal. What are they? What type are they? What do they look like? And what is their business being invisible and all?
We don’t have to be a Superhero to know that we are super. The human body is capable of doing amazing things. Learn about our anatomy, physiology, and why our body do the way they do. Soon enough you will appreciate how amazing and unique we are inside out.
That yogurt you love actually contains millions of bacteria. Don’t worry, they are good bacteria for your health. Can you think of other food that are made with the help of microorganisms? Apparently, the human is not the only chefs in this world.
Decomposers are hard workers. They break down waste and give nutrients back to the soil that can be used by plants. Meet and greet different types of decomposers. Learn about their physical characteristics, behavior, and diets. You will find out soon enough how important their role is for us and the environment.
Dinosaurs ruled the earth for 180 million years. Learn about the role each of the major types of dinosaurs played in their ecosystems and the traits that made them such successful organisms for so long. Paleontological techniques are not so prehistoric after all!
Be a Forensic Scientist – Bionerds way! Learn about forensic and biology techniques, experiment and activities to further deductive reasoning to uncover the truth following in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes and Scotland Yard. You don’t want to be a criminal when these scientists are around!
Trick or Treat! Learn about some creepy and crawly topics of the Halloween season. From animals like bats and spiders to things like bones and pumpkins, there’s a class for everyone to get into the Halloween spirit. They are not as scary as you think!
Did you know that there’s a lot of science behind the food you eat? Did you know that some living organisms are responsible for making some of the foods we love such as cheese, yogurt, bread? Be ready to explore food through hands-on activities, scientific experiments, and under microscopes.
Have you been outside in nature lately? Connect to nature indoor with Bionerds’ Camping Science class. Recognize and appreciate the living world just outside your window. We will discuss camping-related topics and local wildlife your child might encounter to the importance of preserving our ecosystem.