Space science camp
A five day space science camp equipped with wide range of modules, including a night sky watch session with the aid of telescopes. The camp will kindle a sense of curiosity and wonder in the kids and make them passionate about learning science.
Why learn this course?
Humans have always been enthralled by the sight of the night sky. Our ancestors’ unrelenting search for knowledge about the sky and the objects in it, has led to an astronomical revolution in our understanding of the universe. We humans, even today, continue to expand this search, at an ever increasing rate. Kids learn the fascinating world of physics and mathematics through astronomy. In this camp, kids get to enjoy the following experiences.
- Introduction to space science through fun and indulging learning activities.
- Understanding light and gravity through experiments.
Why should you choose this camp? How do we drive the curriculum? What would your kid learn from this camp?
We are so thankful to Mango education and team. Our son learned a lot about astronomy. Especially the way of teaching by Obuli Chandran had ignited a spark towards astronomy among the children. They are going to glow like stars in the future for sure. Thanks again!
Curriculum and learning process
- Understanding light
- Particle and wave
Experiments and DIY activities
- Balloon experiments
- Pendulum experiment
- Inclined surface experiment
- Playing with lens and mirror
- Understanding telescope
- Plotting pendulum motion
- NASA landing and target activity
- Einstein gravity demonstration
- Physics documentary
I and my son Indraneel had a very informativ
Obuli Chandran really ur bunch of Young Astronomers batch is proving awesome. They all r superb. Hats off to u to give them this much knowledge in a span of 6 months. Tku again Obuli Chandran and mango education for this wonderful opportunity with Mithun Meenakshi Mohan
Takeaways and rewards
- Field visit - Night sky observation at Annaikatti
- Build a Keplerian telescope
- Build a spectroscope
Camp particulars, and other details
It's been said that astronomy is a humbling and, I might add, a character-building experience.
- Carl Sagan