Discovery Vacation Camp

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schen
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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by schen » Sat Apr 04, 2015 2:14 pm

May I know this camp is suitable for kids at what age?

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by winnieng78 » Wed Apr 15, 2015 10:57 pm

Hi hi, the registration has started. I would like to sign my girl up. Is anyone keen to form a group of 5 for discount?

I will arrange for a group code when I sign up tomorrow. Please pm me if you want to tap on the group code.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by darwinkoh » Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:00 am

winnieng78 wrote:Hi hi, the registration has started. I would like to sign my girl up. Is anyone keen to form a group of 5 for discount?

I will arrange for a group code when I sign up tomorrow. Please pm me if you want to tap on the group code.

Thanks in advance!
Does same group of participants must come from the same level?

Thanks

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by FantasyLandDreams » Fri Apr 17, 2015 1:50 pm

darwinkoh wrote:
winnieng78 wrote:Hi hi, the registration has started. I would like to sign my girl up. Is anyone keen to form a group of 5 for discount?

I will arrange for a group code when I sign up tomorrow. Please pm me if you want to tap on the group code.

Thanks in advance!
Does same group of participants must come from the same level?

Thanks
No need to be same level or same camp/location.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by SydneyBB » Fri Apr 17, 2015 2:20 pm

Is this camp like school's excursion? Do the kids learn much or more for fun?
Is it helpful to their science?
How is it compare to other holiday camps?


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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by ChiefKiasu » Fri Apr 17, 2015 2:26 pm

SydneyBB wrote:Is this camp like school's excursion? Do the kids learn much or more for fun?
Is it helpful to their science?
How is it compare to other holiday camps?
If I recall, one of the camp days would be a visit to somewhere. Other than that, it is more or less similar to a school or studentcare experience. Parents drop off their kids at the school (it was a RGPS last time) at 8am and pick them up at 5pm.

My son enjoyed the camps he attended.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by winnieng78 » Fri Apr 17, 2015 3:08 pm

ChiefKiasu,

can you elaborate more about the camp? what do they do and things like that?

my girl is afraid that she has to eat vegetables :P

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by phtthp » Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:47 pm

ChiefKiasu wrote: If I recall, one of the camp days would be a visit to somewhere. Other than that, it is more or less similar to a school or studentcare experience. Parents drop off their kids at the school (it was a RGPS last time) at 8am and pick them up at 5pm.

My son enjoyed the camps he attended.
Chief,

do the kids do any hands on experiment, during the Science camp ?

if Yes, are the experiments done, relevant to our MOE Science (P3 to P6) syllabus, or not really that relevant useful, just the fun fun type for kids to play, play, have fun only ?

can recall what kind of experiments did they do ?

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by bezzlay » Wed Apr 22, 2015 4:18 pm

I have created a new group, SCIKIDS. Parents who want to enjoy 10% discount can use this group.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by Candiess » Fri Apr 24, 2015 6:35 pm

SydneyBB wrote:Is this camp like school's excursion? Do the kids learn much or more for fun?
Is it helpful to their science?
How is it compare to other holiday camps?
My girl joined previously. I prefer Science Alive holiday camp as it is more focus on syllabus related experiments according to the themes they learn in school. Makes them understand higher order questions better.

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