Thinking F​eet

Intermediate Science and Engineering

Grades: 3rd - 6th

Sep 2018 - Dec 2018 (14 weeks)


  • Civil/Construction engineering
  • Forces, Motion and Energy Transfer
  • Chromatography and Forensic chemistry.
  • Flight and Aerodynamics
  • Newtonian and Non Newtonian fluids
  • Electricity and Magnetism

Thinking Feet’s main learning center is located in the Ballantyne area in Mecklenburg county in the Wingate University campus.  We are just minutes away from nearby Blakeney, Weddington, Marvin, Waxhaw, Pineville, Wesley Chapel, Piper Glen and Fort Mill, SC.​​

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we are taking a unique approach to science enrichment with a mission to educate your child on the many why's of science around us. they will not only learn but apply the concepts to create a fun learning path in the world of science and invention

Call: 980-292-1441

​Email: learn@thinking-feet.com

Did you know that Bernoulli'sprinciple is not enough to explain why Airplanes can fly? To understand the broader concept of flight, we will take your child to the kitchen sink. That's not a metaphor...we really mean "kitchen sink". The broader concept of lift and the phenomena at play can be very effectively explained using the flowing tap water at your home.

​Your child will dive into many scientific phenomena using simple objects and equipment. In a safe environment, the program will cultivate their curiosity and develop them into confident and superior science problem solvers. In our highly engaging classrooms, students will build hypothesis, discuss and collaborate as they experiment their way through the amazing world of Science. 

A truly unique program developed by professionals with a deep background in STEM and many hours of research and development keeping in mind your child's inquisitive aptitude in asking the WHY's.

Three pronged approach:
A solid foundation of Science Theory
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Experimentation to solidify understanding of theory and appreciate the variances encountered between theory and practice
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Stretching of their imagination as the classroom fosters discussion on the many HOW's, WHY's and WHAT-Ifs

After all Einstein himself said: "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in scientific research."

PROMOTING LOGICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING 


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