A science tutor can open up a subject needed in your child’s future
There’s no time like the present to study the sciences. With the popularity of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, maths), complimented by STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, maths), your child’s future is likely to be wrapped up in the sciences in some way.
We are seeing governments and businesses invest in science-related education endeavours. Children today don’t just need to pass these courses for entry into college or university, they need a knowledge of science to advance our society and ensure a secure future for generations to come.
Use a science tutor to bring chemistry, biology and physics to life!
We are all born scientists. Observe a toddler purposely dropping their food on the floor and you have an experiment in gravitational pull. Watch a child try to fit blocks into geometric-shaped holes and you see the way precision comes out of trial and error. It’s also why children like to play the same game over and over again – the experience of our world is just so fascinating.
A science tutor can help bring back the joy of discovery your child may have lost over the years. Science can be fun by the sheer nature of its practicality and its surprising results.
In chemistry, a tutor can show a child the way the periodic table of elements can be found in our everyday lives. They can show real-life examples of chemical reactions happening in the kitchen, or with products we use every day.
In biology, a tutor can demonstrate transformations in nature. They can explain how our bodies fight disease, turn food into energy and reproduce, amongst many other fascinating things.
In physics, a tutor can show how magnets hold objects in place, or how electricity brings us modern conveniences.
And through it all, your child’s School is Easy science tutor can bring your child back to the lesson they were struggling with in the first place. The attentiveness of knowing what your child needs to know, combined with when and how, is what makes for a great science tutor.