Like us on Facebook

Category Archives for "Ashburn Center"

CHANTILLY CAMPS
Sep 30

Leesburg Open Arms Science Cosmos Classes

By admin | Ashburn Center , Loudoun

Leesburg Open Arms Christian Child Development Center.
Science Cosmos Classes

This school is served by the Ashburn Branch

Email: [email protected]

The Science Cosmos Ashburn branch offers STEAM enrichment programs covering Loudoun County. Our STEAM Educators love to teach.

Leesburg Open Arms:

​818 S King St, Leesburg, VA 20175

We are thrilled to be able to bring our program to Leesburg Open Arms Christian Child Development Center . Please enroll below. 

Enroll Below, into Science Cosmos Classes at Leesburg Open Arms Christian Child Development Center

Hours at Leesburg Open Arms

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

None

TBA

2:30-4:30 PM

None

None

Class Descriptions

Lego Intermediate STEM  

Electrons

In this Hands-on program from Science Cosmos, 3rd to 5th Grade Students learn age appropriate concepts of force, speed, predicting and measuring, They do this by building models with LEGO  bricks. These are Fun to build, and challenging; but at the same time they learn STEM concepts.  Students work in pairs, and together they learn measurement of distance, time, weight; counting, calculating, and problem-solving. They even learn to observe and analyze and enter their testing data on worksheets or a computerized learning system. This is a popular class where students actively build and learn while having Fun!  

Lego WeDo STEM   

In this Hands-on program from Science Cosmos, K to 2nd grade Students learn concepts related to robotics and programming. Working as budding robotic engineers, students use the WeDo Lego Robotics platform and build lego models based on many themes that they can relate to. Projects include: dancing birds, airplanes, and soccer goal keepers. Students work in Pairs and build Lego robot models. Models feature working motors and sensors and can be programmed using a graphic drag and drop software interface. Subsequent modification the model’s behavior can be achieved by changing the construction of the model or the software program. This is a popular class that is enjoyable for budding robot engineers.  

In this Hands-on program from Science Cosmos, K to 2nd grade Students learn concepts related to robotics and programming. Working as budding robotic engineers, students use the WeDo Lego Robotics platform and build lego models based on many themes that they can relate to. Projects include: dancing birds, airplanes, and soccer goal keepers. Students work in Pairs and build Lego robot models. Models feature working motors and sensors and can be programmed using a graphic drag and drop software interface. Subsequent modification the model’s behavior can be achieved by changing the construction of the model or the software program. This is a popular class that is enjoyable for budding robot engineers.  
Lego Camps Chantilly
CHANTILLY CAMPS
Aug 29

Belmont Station Elementary School Science Cosmos Classes

By admin | Ashburn Center , Loudoun

Belmont Station  Elementary School. Science Cosmos Classes

This school is served by the Ashburn Branch

Email: [email protected]

The Science Cosmos Ashburn branch offers STEAM enrichment programs covering Loudoun County. Our STEAM Educators love to teach.

Belmont Station Elementary: 20235 Nightwatch St, Ashburn, VA 20147  

We are thrilled to be able to bring our program to Belmont Station Elementary School . Please enroll below. 

Enroll now into Science Cosmos Classes at Belmont Station Elementary School

Hours at Belmont Station Elementary School

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

None

TBA

TBA

None

CLASS: 2.45-3.45

Class Descriptions

Lego Intermediate STEM  

Electrons

In this Hands-on program from Science Cosmos, 3rd to 5th Grade Students learn age appropriate concepts of force, speed, predicting and measuring, They do this by building models with LEGO  bricks. These are Fun to build, and challenging; but at the same time they learn STEM concepts.  Students work in pairs, and together they learn measurement of distance, time, weight; counting, calculating, and problem-solving. They even learn to observe and analyze and enter their testing data on worksheets or a computerized learning system. This is a popular class where students actively build and learn while having Fun!  

Lego WeDo STEM   

In this Hands-on program from Science Cosmos, K to 2nd grade Students learn concepts related to robotics and programming. Working as budding robotic engineers, students use the WeDo Lego Robotics platform and build lego models based on many themes that they can relate to. Projects include: dancing birds, airplanes, and soccer goal keepers. Students work in Pairs and build Lego robot models. Models feature working motors and sensors and can be programmed using a graphic drag and drop software interface. Subsequent modification the model’s behavior can be achieved by changing the construction of the model or the software program. This is a popular class that is enjoyable for budding robot engineers.  

In this Hands-on program from Science Cosmos, K to 2nd grade Students learn concepts related to robotics and programming. Working as budding robotic engineers, students use the WeDo Lego Robotics platform and build lego models based on many themes that they can relate to. Projects include: dancing birds, airplanes, and soccer goal keepers. Students work in Pairs and build Lego robot models. Models feature working motors and sensors and can be programmed using a graphic drag and drop software interface. Subsequent modification the model’s behavior can be achieved by changing the construction of the model or the software program. This is a popular class that is enjoyable for budding robot engineers.  
Lego Camps Chantilly
Luke Han Science Mind Ashburn
Jan 27

Go BIG or go home! That’s the motto of this Science Mind

By Contributing STEM Authors | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog , Science Mind

Luke Han
Science Mind of the Month- January Ashburn

January’s science mind of the month, Luke Han, is a HUGE fan of big tires. Luke, age 7, has been attending Science Cosmos since 2015 and he learned very quickly that, “big wheels make things go faster.” A few observations during his intermediate STEM course were more than enough to instill a need for speed in Luke.   

Luke says his favorite project was the “power car” in Intermediate STEM because, “it moves far by itself and has big wheels”. One of the activities associated with the power car involves having it pull a “load” on a sled of built of legos. Larger wheels allowed the power car travel up steeper hills while carrying a bigger load. Luke’s parents bring Luke to Science Cosmos classes because, “he loves Legos, math and science”. In the future Luke hopes to build Robots that can move. We can’t wait to see what Luke creates when he gets to our NxT – Lego Mindstorms courses!

Go To His Album

Ella
Dec 21

Superhero Loving [Future Batgirl] Science Mind – She IS really SUPER

By Contributing STEM Authors | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog , Science Mind

Ella Burks

Science Mind of the Month- December Ashburn

December’s Science Mind of the month embodies many of the qualities of any classic superhero: independence, resourcefulness and kindness. Heroic neutron Ella Burks says that if she could assist any superhero for a day, “it would be DC Comic’s Batgirl! I want to help her catch bad people!”. There aren’t any bad guys to catch at Science Cosmos, but Ella channels her inner super hero as she assists other builders in looking for pieces and assembling hard to construct projects.

Ella joined the ranks of Science Cosmos this past summer and she loves Legos almost as much as she loves her tiny Yorkshire terrier, Gertie. Ella has spent the last several months learning how pulleys, axles, and gears can be combined to create the fun animal themed Robots that comprise the Lego WeDo curriculum. Ella knows exactly which Lego components she needs and can assemble them with ease and confidence.

So what does a minute superhero like Ella get out of her Science Cosmos classes? Ella’s mom says, “Science Cosmos has nurtured her creativity, problem solving skills, and has helped her follow step by step instructions. Ella’s mom also hopes that Ella, “can excel further into more advanced classes”. With Ella’s competence and enthusiasm, we are sure she will go far!

GO TO HER ALBUM
Philip
Dec 02

This Science Mind is Cooler than the Ice planet Hoth

By Contributing STEM Authors | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog , Science Mind

Phil Zourzoukis

Science Mind of the Month – November Ashburn

Phil Zourzoukis loves Star Wars, and you guessed it, Legos. On Saturday afternoons at Science Cosmos you can usually find Phil enthusiastically building Lego projects as mini-figure versions of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo look on. Phil joined Science Cosmos 2 years ago, and his parents confirm that Phil, “still anxiously looks forward to coming to class each time”. Phil is now working through the extended curriculum of WeDo-a series of extended building projects that require 2-5 weeks of building time and are modeled after real life machines including a tower crane and a forklift.

It was during the extended WeDo curriculum that Phil encountered his favorite project yet, the Carousel. Phil enjoyed the carousel, “because I could put one of my Lego people holding a light saber on it and it looked like he was fighting with his light saber as he went around and around.” Phil enjoys the building opportunities he gets at Science Cosmos and his parents appreciate the educational gains he makes while building. In his two years as a Science Mind, Phil’s parents say that, “[Phil] has really solidified his understanding of basic engineering and technical skills”. One day Phil plans to put his skills to work as a scientist and an engineer. With his boundless creativity we are sure he will go far!

Go To His Album
Krish
Oct 18

A Science Mind who is passionate about STEM

By Contributing STEM Authors | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog , Science Mind

Krish Behera


Science Mind of the Month- September Ashburn

Krish Behera, an independent and fun-loving neutron, is our Science Mind of the Month for September! Over the course of the last year Krish has explored physics and engineering principles as part of the Intermediate STEM curriculum.  Notable projects he has completed include the inclined plane and his favorite project, the trundle wheel. When asked why he likes coming to class Krish said, “I love to build Legos and I try to learn new Lego building skills so that I can build anything”. One day Krish hopes to put his lego building skills to work as a Lego engineer who creates new Lego robotics projects. One idea he has is to create a remote controlled Lego train. Krish’s parents bring Krish to Science Cosmos so, “he can learn new Lego Robotics techniques and build more advanced projects when he grows older. We look forward to many more great ideas from Krish in the future!

GO TO HIS ALBUM

Simar
Oct 18

A Science Mind who reaches for the stars!

By Contributing STEM Authors | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog , Science Mind

Simar Malhi


Science Mind of the Month- August Ashburn

Simar Malhi is a long time member of the Science Cosmos family and our Science Mind of the month for August! Simar started as a Neutron 2 years ago where she mastered the intermediate STEM and Pneumatics curriculum. Intermediate STEM taught her concepts of potential and kinetic energy and renewable energy sources. The Pneumatics curriculum included Simar’s favorite project, A scarecrow that moves via pressurized air.

More recently Simar has focused more on programming as she learned to control the NXT and Ev3. Simar faces even the most difficult programming challenges with cheerfulness and a smile. With this approach she has crafted Ev3 programs that detect and avoid obstacles. Her most recent challenges test her ability to program simultaneous tasks and integrate inputs from multiple sensors. Simar is a very talented 9 year old who enjoys programming and robotics. One day she hopes to turn this passion into a career as a NASA engineer.

GO TO HER ALBUM

Science Mind of the Month April 2016
Oct 18

Budding Electronic Engineer Science Mind

By Contributing STEM Authors | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog , Science Mind

Justin Walker

Science Mind of the Month April, 2016 Ashburn

Justin has been a busy bee at Science Cosmos for one year! He started with beginning robotics and moved up to intermediate robotics in no time. He has explored math and geometry using KNEX and is now programming our NXT robots. We love having him and his supportive family as a part of our Science Cosmos family!  Two thumbs up to Justin

GO TO HIS ALBUM
Parties
Sep 27

BLOG ASHBURN

By admin | Ashburn Center , Ashburn Center Blog

Ashburn 'Science Mind of the Month'  Students 

Every month at our center, we feature one of our special kids as Science Mind of the Month.   These students have demonstrated persistence and focus and have accomplished more than our expectations.  All of them have participated in our programs for several months. Give them a Thumbs up and check out their photo albums by following the links. 

Go BIG or go home! That’s the motto of this Science Mind
Luke Han Science Mind of the Month- January Ashburn January's science mind of the month, Luke Han, is a HUGE[...]
Superhero Loving [Future Batgirl] Science Mind – She IS really SUPER
Ella Burks Science Mind of the Month- December Ashburn December’s Science Mind of the month embodies many of the qualities[...]
This Science Mind is Cooler than the Ice planet Hoth
Phil Zourzoukis Science Mind of the Month - November Ashburn Phil Zourzoukis loves Star Wars, and you guessed it, Legos. On[...]
A Science Mind who is passionate about STEM
Krish Behera Science Mind of the Month- September Ashburn Krish Behera, an independent and fun-loving neutron, is our Science Mind[...]
A Science Mind who reaches for the stars!
Simar Malhi Science Mind of the Month- August Ashburn Simar Malhi is a long time member of the Science Cosmos[...]
Budding Electronic Engineer Science Mind
Justin Walker Science Mind of the Month April, 2016 Ashburn Justin has been a busy bee at Science Cosmos for[...]
ASHBURN CAMPS
Sep 16

ASHBURN CAMPS

By admin | Ashburn Center

ASHBURN CAMP ENROLLMENT

Enroll into Summer Camps. See Camp schedule below to select your choices.  

A great resource for boys and girls who love to create

My child was at the summer camp at Science Cosmos. This is a great resource for boys and girls who love to create things with Lego, K-nex, Robotics, etc. Those are the activities that promote math skills. Learning how each piece fits together and seeing what they can make is a valuable challenge to the mind. >> MORE PARENT TESTIMONIALS

Yulia T ... Yelp Review by Customer

ASHBURN CAMP SCHEDULES


WATCH CAMP HELP VIDEOS

CHECK CAMP RELATED ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • JUNE CAMPS
  • JULY CAMPS
  • AUGUST CAMPS
  • ANNOUNCEMENTS

We are extending the Camp Coupon offer at the Ashburn Center until end of August. Contact our center.

August 14th-18th :  We will be only rocket science in the 9 am- noon time slot.  All camp themes will be available in the 1-4 time slot

The beauty of the program is that kids don't even realize they are learning something

My 10 year old son is very fond of Legos. He loves to puts things together. Science Cosmos is the best place for kids to experiment with legos and get a wonderful opportunity to learn robotics programming which helps their thinking abilities.
The center is very well staffed and kids get individual attention in their building effort. Each age group kids have age appropriate and brain stimulating activities. The beauty of the program is that kids don't even realize they are learning something. The learn while playing and without being burdened. It's a place to learn while relaxing. I truly love this center.

Arathi K , Parent review on Yelp