Wednesday, July 17, 2013

SUPER CHARGED SCIENCE REVIEW

My friend Suzanne is our guest post, she has written about her experience with Super Charged Science.

Aurora Lippora's Super Charged Science really inspires my 12-year old son, a budding scientist and hands-on learner.  He thrives on being in an independent learning environment where he uses his keen auditory learning skills through video instruction.  Luke has participated in some of Aurora's free monthly science experiments recently, one of which was a rocket project.  The rockets immediately caught his attention and his interest in Aurora Lippora's programs has grown.  Luke is enrolled in the summer e-camp of Super Charged Science and is loving his freedom to  conquer the lessons alone with the supplies I provided and the seamless video instructions that Aurora provides.  I'm impressed to see how long he spends on his science spiraling off into his tangents or modifications of Aurora's experiments.  I've been looking for that constructive thing to replace the adrenalin rush from video games.

Thank you Aurora Lippora! 

Luke is doing the ecamp this summer and this is the propeller car. 


Your kid can easily learn and do real science and be excited about it!

Are you a homeschool parent? You're a stay-at-home parent, working professional, or somewhere in between, who places a high value on education for your children. You want to make a difference in your child's life but struggle with teaching science and don't want to sell your child short.

Can you relate to any of these?

  • You don't have time to teach homeschool science, but really want your kids to learn it.
  • Science is just not your forte.
  • You get frustrated when you can't answer questions and wish you knew more about teaching science as a homeschool parent.
  • Your child is thirsty for more science, but you don't know where to start.

You know you want to...
  • Provide your child with an amazing science education they can't get anywhere else
  • Avoid spending hours learning all the material yourself?
  • Be able to provide your child with an exceptional homeschool science experience even though you have a limited science background or don't have the time.
  • Ignite your child's interest in science in a way that can last their entire lifetime
This is why I created Supercharged Science.

Because teaching Homeschool Science should be fun, not hard.

This is a close up of the propeller car. 
Luke created it enthusiastically alone and quickly ran to explain and show his completed work to mom and dad and sister.  

Luke created a spin-off of the propeller car. 


Created with a creative mind and the help of Super Charged Science. 

Super Charged Science  offers a Summer E-Camp and E Science. She offers science for all grade levels right from the convenience of your home. 

This project is called "The two versions of the catamaran".

Luke was fascinated by electrical components being able to work underwater in his bathtub test run.  And his home schooling mom was learning right beside him.  

He was so excited again that he incorporated this model idea into his own again modifying project, the "two versions of the catamaran" model cat by using a clear clay set container that snapped shut and sealed the motors keeping them from getting wet.



Our son was thrilled to experiment and learn with Super Charged Science, Thank you Aurora Lippora for blessing us:)

6 comments:

Melissa Pezza said...

This looks awesome! What a great way to learn too!!!

Meg WW said...

I am an adult and would love to learn by making a propeller car, it looks awesome!

Just Short said...

Fun!! Love the idea of a summer e-camp. Thanks for sharing.

TerinAleah said...

That's so cool! My son Hunter would love this!

Mudpiesandtiaras said...

Some boys did this at our co-op last year. It was so fun to watch them!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I think I would have as much fun as my son putting this together.