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STEAM Intermediates

Online STEAM course for kids in grade 2-4

This camp begins with STEAM before moving on to applied concepts of Maths, Science, and Art.

next Camp Starts

September 4

Deadline for enrollment is Saturday, September 4

Length

18 weeks

2 hours / week
60 hours over 18 weeks

Focus

STEAM

Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths

This course is for

Kids grades 2-4

Suitable for kids with or without previous experience.

Projects designed to build real skills

Projects that build real skills.

Mars survival guide

Using our imaginations—and STEAM skills— to blast off to Mars, students will help solve some of the most exciting problems facing space pioneers.

Code a rover

Think like NASA mission planners to design and code a Mars rover sample collection game with Scratch, a visual programming language made by MIT! Learn about: inputs, outputs, variables, commands, simulations

Space suit science

Investigate various methods of keeping warm and safe on Mars and then putting those findings into a working design. We will take insulation material and create a lining on a wearable space helmet. Learn about: Insulation and temperature control.

Gravity & Space travel

Discover the mysterious force of gravity and build a working model of a rotating wheel spaceship that creates artificial gravity for long trips through space. Learn about: planetary motion, rocket trajectories, centripetal force

Simple rocket science

Engineer and build a simple rocket powered by a balloon engine and investigate the shape of a rocket. Test out the difference of air resistance by using a cone to reduce drag. Learn about: Rocket propellent, rocket structural design and fuel calculations.

Martian volcano

Discover the structure of planets by building a model of Olympus Mons, the largest volcano on Mars. Simulate an increase in pressure in the magma chamber and visualize the explosive force of an eruption. Learn about: Pressure, Volcanology, Energy, Atmosphere, States of Matter

Ocean Task Force

Ocean environmental themed STEAM-based activities will challenge and inspire campers like never before

Ships, Shapes & Sails

Experiment with hull shapes, designs, and waterproofing to find which is best suited to traverse on water. Look at how sails and rigging work to make a mini sail boat. Learn about: Different hull shapes and designs, sails and ship rigging.

Propeller Boat

We learn about how various propellers are made and what their purposes is. We then apply this knowledge by designing and building our own propeller powered boat. Learn about: Propellers and propeller design.

Ocean Clean-Up Code

Simulate an automated sprite that will scan an area of the ocean and clean it when it comes in contact with rubbish in Scratch. Learn about: Loops in code, conditionals, and logic creation.

Ocean Organisms 1.0

Watch a shrimp dissection and learn crustacean anatomy while building your own Play-Doh anatomy model! Hatch and grow sea monkeys to record their life cycle. Learn about: Life cycles, habitats, growth, reproduction, crustaceans, anatomy

Archimedes’ Principle

Explore the classic story of Archimedes and the Gold Crown; see how we can use deductive reasoning and water displacement to determine what is gold or not! Learn about: density, buoyancy, pressure

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Hands-on lessons with excellent learning outcomes.

Part one: the fundamentals of design
and engineering for inventors!

Top-notch STEAM specialists guide kids through 5 topics and 10 hands-on projects using materials and electronics for everyone to experiment with. They’ll have so much fun building and remixing they won’t realize that they’re practicing skills like scientific inquiry.

Lesson 1:
Simple Machines

Make a Rubber Band Speeder and Motor Speeder learning about wheels and axles.

Lesson 2:
Electrical Circuits

Make a Buzz Wire and a Buzz Bot learning about series circuits and parallel circuits.

Lesson 3:
Fluid Mechanics

Make a Scissor Lift and a Pressure Rocket learning about fluids and pressure.

Lesson 4:
Animation

Make an automaton and a Disco Flipbook learning about cams and movement animation.

Lesson 5:
Artificial Light

Make a Cranky Fish and a LED Lantern learning about artificial light and types of energy.

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Standards-linked projects and lesson material.

Kids learn skills they never forget

Projects are supported with lessons that explore the science phenomena they will learn in elementary school in ways they will never forget: through WOW moments!

Machines & forces

Learn about tools that make work easier, and the fundamentals of mechanical designs.

Circuits & polarity

Design electrical circuits and engage with electronic components to create projects that buzz and light up.

Pneumatics & hydraulics

Learn about material science and how certain fluids react under different pressure.

Illusions of movement

Students master the art of optical illusions and how to trick your eyes and brain.

Light and Lenses

Learn about the properties of light and how lenses and mirrors can bend light.

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Mars Survival Guide

Using our imaginations—and STEAM skills— to blast off to Mars, campers will help solve some of the most exciting problems facing space pioneers.

A kid plays with cardboard automated cars

Lesson 1:
Code a Rover

Think like NASA mission planners to design and code a Mars rover sample collection game with Scratch, a visual programming language made by MIT! Learn about: inputs, outputs, variables, commands, simulations

Lesson 2:
Spacesuit Science

Investigate various methods of keeping warm and safe on Mars and then putting those findings into a working design. We will take insulation material and create a lining on a wearable space helmet. Learn about: Insulation and temperature control.

Lesson 3:
Gravity & Space Travel

Discover the mysterious force of gravity and build a working model of a rotating wheel spaceship that creates artificial gravity for long trips through space. Learn about: planetary motion, rocket trajectories, centripetal force

Lesson 4:
Simple Rocket Science

Engineer and build a simple rocket powered by a balloon engine and investigate why the shape of a rocket is important. Test out the difference of air resistance by using a cone to reduce drag. Learn about: Rocket propellent, rocket structural design and fuel calculations.

Lesson 5:
Martian Volcano

Discover the structure of planets by building a model of Olympus Mons (the largest volcano on Mars). Simulate an increase in pressure in the magma chamber and visualize the explosive force of an eruption. Learn about: Pressure, Volcanology, Energy, Atmosphere, States of Matter

Ocean Task Forcce

One week of ocean environmental themed STEAM-based activities that will challenge and inspire campers like never before

A kid plays with cardboard automated cars

Lesson 1:
Ship Shapes & Sails

Experiment with hull shapes and designs and waterproofing in order to find which is best suited to traverse on water. Look at how sails and rigging work and combine the two to make a mini sail boat. Learn about: Different hull shapes and designs, sails and ship rigging.

Lesson 2:
Propeller Boat

We learn about how various propellers are made and what their purposes is. We then apply this knowledge by designing and building our own propeller powered boat. Learn about: Propellers and propeller design.

Lesson 3:
Ocean Clean Up Code

Simulate an automated sprite that will scan an area of the ocean and clean it when it comes in contact with rubbish in Scratch. Learn about: Loops in code, conditionals, and logic creation.

Lesson 4:
Ocean Organisms 1.0

Watch the teacher dissect a shrimp and learn about crustacean anatomy and lifecycles while following along by building your own Play-Doh anatomy model! Hatch and grow sea monkeys to record their life cycle and understand the environmental conditions required to survive. Learn about: Life cycles, habitats, growth, reproduction, crustaceans, anatomy

Lesson 5:
Archimedes’ Principle

Explore the classic story of Archimedes and the Gold Crown; see how we can use deductive reasoning and water displacement to determine what is gold or not! Learn about: density, buoyancy, pressure

18 Weeks of online + offline activities

Kids follow a simple daily schedule

2 hours a week | LIVE teacher time | Projects & mini-assignments

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Steam
Intermediates

For kids going into grade 2-4

  • 12 Hands-on projects
    STEAM focused for intermediates. All materials provided so kids are ready to start building from day one.
  • 5 hands-on Mars projects
    All materials provided and ready for kids to use and start building.
  • 5 hands-on Ocean projects
    All materials provided and ready for kids to use and start building.
  • International teachers
    Students meet with International teachers who are experts in STEAM and at the forefront of innovative education methods.
  • Detailed project instruction
    Engaging and exciting project walk-throughs help kids learn while progressing at their own pace.
  • Exciting illustrated workbooks
    Kids can continue their in-class learning and complete homework assignments and projects on their own, at their own pace.

Below costs are approximate to each enrollment cutoff; contact us today to determine the exact prorated cost for the rest of fall semester 2021.

September 4th Enrollment

NTD 18,000 total

October 3rd Enrollment

NTD 14,000 total

The quoted cost will include an initial deposit, which covers set up fee and first month; the rest of the balance is billed monthly over the remaining months in the fall semester.

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Super Summer Camp

For kids grades 2-3

  • 12 Hands-on STEAM projects
    Completed in 2 weeks. All materials provided so kids are ready to start building.
  • 5 Hands-on Mars projects
    Completed in 1 week. All materials provided and ready for kids to use and start building.
  • 5 Hands-on Ocean projects
    Completed in 1 week. All materials provided and ready for kids to use and start building.
  • Exciting illustrated workbooks
    Kids read and complete off-line assignments and projects on their own, at their own pace.
  • Live teachers
    Students meet with teachers LIVE online each day for personal guidance with camp projects and assignments.
  • Detailed project videos
    Engaging and exciting videos help kids learn while progressing at their own pace. Always accessible.
  • Easy-to-use online platform
    Built top educators, the Skyrock learning is simple and intuitive for kids of all ages. Minimal supervision needed.
  • Daily Digital quizzes
    Ensuring kids absorb and retain skills that will allow them to advance to higher level courses.

Join this camp

$22,000NTD

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Parents & kids love Skyrock

Parents love Skyrock’s camps because they spark a curiosity for science and boost the creative confidence in their kids. Kids love Skyrock because they get to make amazing things, experience wow moments, and experiment with their creations.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up?

For new students, please sign up using the “enroll now” button above. You will be guided to select a location, course, day and time. Once you have completed your selection you can pay tuition online using your credit card. Please see further information on pricing below.

For existing students who hold Skyrock credit, please reach out to our admissions team via phone call, Line or Facebook, and they will guide you through the onboarding process.

How much does it cost?

For our new semester Skyrock will handle all payments in installments. During registration, clients will be asked to make an upfront payment and deposit to secure their booking. This will be followed by a total of 3 recurring payments of NT$5,400 (Early Bird Enrollment) or NT$5,760 (Standard Enrollment) will then be billed automatically on October 1st, November 1st, and December 1st, and these payments will be automated by Skyrock’s management system.

What is the deadline for signup?

The enrollment deadline is Saturday September 4th, which is also the 1st day of class for our Fall semester. If you miss the first signup deadline, there will a further opportunity to enroll on in the 1st week of October.

When is the first and last day of class?

The first day of classes for our Fall semester will take place on the week beginning September 4th. Fall semester classes will run until Chinese New Year 2021.

What if my kid has already done the skyrock summer camp?
(online or in-person)

All Grade 1 students will take our flagship Young Inventors program. This will be all new curriculum for Grade 1 students (unless they took the STEAM Box course in Summer).

All Grade 2, 3 and 4 students will join the Mars Survival Guide and Ocean Task Force program.
If they attended the online summer camp or in person summer camp and they have already completed this curriculum, we can offer custom classes in other courses.

How many students in a class?

There will be a maximum of 8 students in each class.

What is the minimum number of students to open a class?

The minimum number of students to open a class is 5. In the event a class does not reach 5 students we will do our best to accommodate those students at another time, or help them to form a custom class with other students where possible.

If we cannot attend a class will there be a make-up available?

Make-up classes are not available, but we will provide the classroom material and online resources to the student so they can complete the material independently at home, and this can be reviewed by the teacher at the next lesson.

In the event that the Covid situation was to worsen and classes be cancelled, what would happen to my deposit?

We have spent a large part of the last 6 months developing a high-quality online curriculum for each of our programs which still incorporates the hands-on material element of the program. In the event the covid-19 situation was to worsen, and we are advised by the Ministry of Education to close our classes, we will offer all of our weekly programs online and send all the required materials home to the students.

Will the teacher be the same for the whole semester or will it change theme by theme?

Teachers will remain the same for the duration of the semester except for in special circumstances (absence due to illness etc). Any changes to teachers will be clearly communicated to the parents in advance.

Can I have a discount if I purchase more semesters or camp classes up front?

No. We are only accepting bookings for individual programs and semesters at this time.

Will there be an incentive to sign up siblings?

Yes, we will offer each sibling NT$1,500 in Skyrock credit which they can use against a future camp or Skyrock class.

Is the STEAM Fundamentals program the same as the Young Inventors Club curriculum last year or is this a new course?

Many of the projects are similar to the YIC program but we have added new elements such as project remixes and new classroom activities. If you child already took the YIC curriculum last year, we will move them to the more advanced level, so they are completing new curriculum.

What will the themes for Nano (STEAM Beginners) be?

The themes for STEAM Beginners will be Space, Earth, and Ocean with students taking 6 weeks of each theme throughout the semester.

Will there be classes available for students in Grades 5 – 9?

Yes, we will run custom coding classes for students in Grades 5 – Grades 9.

Will there be an online class if I don’t want to attend in person?

Yes, online classes are available and are subject to interest (minimum of 5 students to open the class). If you wish to attend an online class, please fill in the booking form on our online class page (here) or reach out to our admissions team via phone, Line or Facebook message.