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Children aged 6-8 are in a critical period of their cognitive development, where they establish spatial awareness, memory retainment, digital literacy, and interpersonal skills. Combining these concepts with the curriculum standards, our STEM kits foster a sense of curiosity and self-discovery through hands-on learning.

Children aged 8-10 have already developed some basic understanding of common concepts in their previous years. The focus of this age group is to enhance and expand their prior knowledge and learning skills. Our STEM kits are designed to cultivate a growth mindset, the ability to analyze and evaluate information, and a richer understanding of the real-life applications of the learned concepts.

Children aged 9-11 have relatively complete learning and cognitive abilities, and relatively mature knowledge accumulation. During this period, children need to further strengthen their logical thinking and organizational ability, as well as enhance their innovative and creative consciousness.

Mr. Bones

How it hits Ontario’s curriculum:
Skeletal System / Grade 5.

MR. BONES offers kids a basic understanding of the human skeletal and muscular systems. The STEM kit engages students through interactive activities, creative experiments, and real-life applications. Four lessons are included in this kit: Mr. Bones, Bones and Muscles, Take a Photo of Mr. Bones, and Protect your bones. Students would learn about the structure of skeletons, basic functions of bones and muscles, ways to protect bones, and increase their basic knowledge in daily life through participating in some hands-on experiments with their teachers.

Learn about the shape, position and function of the skull, ribs, pelvis, and upper and lower limb bones.

Understand bones and body movement.

Learn how to use correct posture when exercising and learn how to apply basic emergency bandaging to broken bones.

Introductory Science

To succeed in the filed of science, we should be familiar with a few of the concepts regarding the definition of science, scientific thinking, the methods of science and etc. Four lessons are included in the Introductory Science kit: Science Laboratory, Scientific Thinking, Scientific exploration, and Science inventors. Students would investigate the basic concepts of science such as gravity through a series of chemistry and physics experiments. Experiments are a practical way of testing and obtaining knowledge to foster critical thinking among students. The lessons would inspire students to be innovators and to solve problems like scientists. 

Conduct a scientific experiment.

use scientific methods to research the principle of mixing pigment tricolor and the Non-Newtonian fluid properties of corn starch.

Understand the relationship between centre of gravity and balance.

Find out how to use scientific knowledge to create inventions and solve problems.


How it hits Ontario’s curriculum:
Animal Characteristic / Grade 2

Dinosaurs have been extinct for hundreds million years. Have you ever heard any hypotheses about dinosaur extinction? This kit guides students to explore the mystery of dinosaur extinction. Four lessons are included in the Dinosaurs kit: Dinosaur Fossils, Archaeological Site, Dinosaur Family, and Dinosaur Alive. Some very interesting experiments, activities and games come along with students carrying out their researches. We could even get to excavate a dinosaur fossil by ourselves! Let’s pretend to be little archaeologists and kick off our missions!

Understand what dinosaur and fossils are.

Understand archaeological process, and learn how to use archaeological tools, and recording methods.

Understand the characteristics of different types of dinosaurs.

Know how scientists use scientific methods to make scientific conjectures and hypotheses.

Simple Machine

Can you think of any basic mechanical devices for applying a force and doing work that we use in our daily life? In reality, most of the complex machines that we see in our everyday life are made up of a bunch of simple machines. Today, let’s get started with a few simple ones! The four lessons included in the kit are: Give me a Fulcrum, The Lever is out of Shape, Little Pulley with Great Power, and Great Invention of the Tower Crane. Some basic physics points such as Lever Principle, Axle Principle, and etc. are introduced in this book in details. Students would learn and master these physics points by hands-on experiments and activities with teachers. After we finish the kit, hope we would be capable of putting what we learned into practical application!

Understand what a lever is. Understand how it saves labour.

Discover the application of lever-wheel axle, comprehend how the wheel axle saves labour, and learn to use the combination of wheel axle to achieve the speed change.

Understand the type of pulley and learn its application in life.

Understand tower crane. Assembly tower crane model by using simple devices to complete the construction task.


How it hits Ontario’s curriculum:
Friction/ Grade 2/3/8

Have you ever tried to rub both hands together to create heat? Yes, that’s because of friction! Without friction between the shoes and the ground, we cannot even walk properly. As you can see, friction is everywhere in our lives! The four lessons included in this kit are: Friction Friction, Various Friction, the Energy of Friction, and the Cavemen. From this kit, students will learn the basic concepts of and how important friction is in people’s lives by participating some hands-on experiments and activities.

Understand the friction, the influencing frictors of it and the application of friction in daily life.

Understand the types of friction and learn to change the amount of friction.

Understand the energy of friction and the application of friction in life.

Use friction to grind objects and use friction to create fires.

Fun Science

Science is everywhere in our daily life, let’s learn science and technology facts in an interesting way by experimenting with different materials! The four lessons included in this kit are: Fall Fall, Explosive Energy, Happy Collision, and The Secret of the Pinball Machine. Students can get some basic knowledge about force and mechanical energy by playing interesting games. In addition to this, they are also required to understand and master some scientific methods, to analyze how to use them to improve the rate of playing these fun games successfully, to apply what they learned onto practice and to make a fun toy at last.

Understand the characteristics of gravity.

Learn about the characteristics of elasticity.

Learn about the special characteristics associated with the phenomenon of collision.

Use the knowledge we have acquired to build a pinball machine.

Magic Bubbles

Everyone loves blowing bubbles. However, do you know the scientific principles inside this phenomenon? Let’s transform our childhood exploration into a ‘science play’! From this book, students will explore how can bubbles be formed and try to explain this in a scientific way through four different lessons: The Amazing Power of Water, The Secret of Bubbles, Wacky Bubbles, and Crazy Bubble Show. We would explore the magic of bubbles through lots of interesting hands-on experiments, activities and games. Let’s get started!

Learn about the surface tension of water.

Understand the principle of bubble formation.

Learn about the basic characteristics of bubble film and how these characteristics create special phenomenon.

Use equipment to make different kinds of bubbles and through this process understand the factors that influence the stability of bubbles.

Rocket Engineer

Have you ever dreamed of a space journey? Before we get into the space, let’s get a primary knowledge on engineering by learning Structure of Rocket, the Driving Force of Rocket, Space Journey, and I am a a Rocket Engineer in this book. Children will make their own rocket under the guide of their teachers and launch it at final part. Besides making your own rocket, concepts in engineering, such as force, power, reaction, and etc. are also mentioned. Children will understand and master these knowledges through various hands-on activities. 

Understand the relationship between rocket and spaceship, and understand the function and structure characteristics of rocket.

Understand the phenomenon of recoil in life. Knowing the driving force of the rocket is the recoil of the gas.

Make a rocket and complete the basic inspection and test of the rocket.

Improve the power of the water rocket, and adjust the launch distance of the rocket by changing the amount of water, the angle of launch, and the amount of air inflated.