5 - 10 yrs
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat
Sep 6, 2021 - Nov 27, 2021
11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Why do the lights turn on when I flip a switch? What makes the wheels spin on a car? How does my night light turn on automatically when I turn off the lights? And where does all that energy come from?
We explore and find answers to all these questions and more in a world where technology plays a role in every part of our lives using Snap Circuits.
One on one sessions suitable for ages 5 to 10. Students will learn principles of electronics such as :
We teach using Snap Circuits, educational products designed to provide a greater understanding of electronics and innovation. Materials needed before the start of class:
Computer with webcam and internet access
Snap circuits https://shop.elenco.com/consumers/snap-circuits-jr-100-experiments.html
2 AA batteries
Do visit our website on : https://sites.google.com/happycloudhub.com/happycloud/
Please contact us for any questions.
Please book a session at least 2 hours before the session start time. We will be unable to accommodate your booking request, if the booking is made within 2 hours of start time.
Please have the suggested product ready before the class.
2. Two AA batteries
3. Journal and pencil/pen
A zoom link will be shared 30 minutes before the class.
Other Things To Know
We are flexible with cancellations and request to cancel as early as possible. Our classes are non-refundable, if the student does not show up to the class, however we are glad to offer make-up lessons.
How To Participate
Attend class via Zoom video
This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.
Reviews for What are Circuits??
4.8 out of 5
Based on 4 activity ratings
Aug 31, 2021
Fun, engaging class in 1:1 format - great way to learn about circuits and electricity!!
Jul 10, 2021
I liked the fact that I learned about how energy is conducted through circuits, and I learned new vocabulary words. I really appreciate that 😻😊 PJ was patient with me in my first class, and I also want to be an engineer.
Sometimes the discussion lagged, but I still learned from PJ and was happy to hear 🙉 how he got started with circuitry.
May 11, 2021
Was lot of great information, well organized session.
Was a surprise that it was 1-1 class, didn’t expect it. Felt awkward.
Response from Happy Cloud Creativity Club
We appreciate your feedback! While we offer a variety of courses in Coding, STEM and Music, we focus on soft skill building like problem solving, critical thinking and many more. 1-1 sessions help us to focus on student and their learning style and customize our curriculum to make it engaging for every student. We plan group activities to build skills like presentation, team work and more.
Reviews for Happy Cloud Creativity Club
4.5 out of 5
Based on 17 provider ratings
Sep 15, 2021
My son was guided by the instructor in a real kind and fun manner.
Nothing that I can think, was really executed well.
Location: Zoom | Instructor: Freny Jani
Aug 27, 2021
My student really enjoyed the games. As a parent I love that he had fun learning!
N/a - I didn't notice anything that could be improved
Let's Learn - Tutoring (General and Special ed.)
Location: Zoom | Instructor: Freny Jani
About Happy Cloud Creativity Club
Happy Cloud is a place where kids have an opportunity to learn in their own unique way and express their creativity using coding, computation and STEAM-based interactive building activities. Our creative champions (instructors) believe that every child is already gifted with an ability to succeed. What is often missing is an open learning environment described by an MIT educator as “a place for telling stories… building castles, making friends, and learning to share” for success and life-long satisfaction.Our aim is to build a foundation which could go a long way to create a personality that is open and hungry for knowledge, and to inspire students to be contributors and creators of technology versus being mere consumers.