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Pr imar y 6 & Sec 1
The Young Scientists Level 4 is specially designed and written for current and graduating Primary 6 students. The topics of the magazine aim to expose readers to more in-depth understanding of the themes of Diversity, Cycles, Systems and Interactions while maintaining the fun and exciting comic style which is the trademark of The Young Scientists magazine.
Pr imar y 5 & 6
Explores further the intricacy and mysteries of Science with fascinating articles, challenging questions to enhance developement of Science concepts,
meaningful experiments to build condence and interesting Science stories
in comic format. Contents are designed in compliance with the upper block themes of the latest Primary Science Syllabus, viz. Cycles, Systems, Energy and Interactions.
Pr imar y 3 & 4
Reveals the wonders of Science by creating stories in comic format to assist pupils to understand better the Science contents encompassed in the lower block themes of the latest Primary Science syllabus, viz. Diversity, Cycles, Systems, Energy and Interactions.
Pr imar y 1 & 2
The stories are creatively crafted and illustrated with animation of the highest standard in the comic realm.
Junior Young Scientists is a new and exciting educational magazine for young
children who are seeking to understand the world around them. It is lled with
facts, stories and games which will stimulate their curiosity about the wonders of science and their environment near and far!
All magazines will be delivered to your house
Complies with the Singapore School Science Syllabus and added with a full set of PSLE format questions. Questions are designed and formulated by experienced Science teachers for Level 1-3 and complimentary lower secondary Science exam questions for Level 4.
The Young Scientists is pleased to introduce Mrs Linda Gan, our Editorial Consultant in English.
Mrs Linda Gan was born and educated in the U.K. She holds a Master’s degree in Child Development from the University of London and was an Assistant Professor in the Early Childhood and Special Needs Academic Group at the National Institute of Education for thirty years, training pre-school, primary and secondary school teachers. During that time she was engaged as an English language consultant for developing and coordinating language arts curricula for the Ministry of Education - the Monolingual LEAP curriculum in 1985, the PAP Kindergarten syllabus in 1989, the MOE Kindergarten Framework in 2003 and most recently, in 2012, the new Social Studies Primary 4 materials, which are being used in schools in 2013. She has published a number of research articles on bilingual education, literacy and phonoligical awareness in young children and written a wide range of stories and vocabulary enrichment books which promote children’s English language skills.
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