Junior Scientist Program, July'23

Interactive, hands-on, fun science learning

Junior Scientist Program, July’23

Calling all young explorers aged 3-6! ✨Get ready for an unforgettable hands-on science workshop with Science Fuse!

Join us for a week of mind-blowing experiments, fascinating discoveries, and loads of FUN!

✨Discover the secrets of sound and create your very own symphony! 
✨Dive into a world of vibrant colors, make your own paint and unlock the science behind rainbows!
✨Witness the power of chemical reactions as we make fizzy potions! 

Our expert team of scientists and educators will guide your little ones through hands-on activities and exciting experiments that will spark their curiosity and ignite their love for science! 

✨ Workshop Dates: 10th – 13th July
⏰ Workshop Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm
✨ Workshop Location: Daftarkhwan North, Islamabad & Daftarkhwan Vogue, Lahore.
✨ Program Fee: 7500/-

Hurry! Limited spots available! Secure your child’s spot by registering today. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity for your little scientist to have a blast and learn in a safe, engaging environment!

We have limited spots for this workshop, please fill out the registration form & we’ll be in touch. For Qs, reach us at 0310-0045-356 or via email at [email protected].

Its not just about teaching..

Lets make science fun together!

Our incredible science communicators will create an engaging and informal learning environment through a series of hands-on scientific investigations, demonstrations, videos and discussions. The workshop is not just aimed at improving children’s scientific literacy but also aims to nurture their sense of wonder and cultivate critical-thinking, science enquiry, collaboration and communication skills in children.

Its not just about teaching..

Our Programs are

fun, inspiring and relevant science learning engagements & educational resources. Students, teachers and communities can all benefit from our expertise. We aim to improve scientific literacy, and ignite a strong passion for science in children.

Fun, interactive and hands-on

Inspirational STEM Experiences

Loved by children & Adults

Ignite the sense of wonder

Relevant to Pakistani Culture

Our Impact

We’ve impacted 45,000+ children across Pakistan

In the last 4 years, our educational programs & engagements have impacted almost 45,000 children, trained 650 teachers & nurtured a community of 200 Science Communicators across Pakistan. During this time, we’ve worked closely with 250 schools based all across the country, ranging from government, charitable & low-income private schools to leading high-end private schools.

Children Impacted

Teachers Trained

Schools Engaged

Watch our CEO talk about the impact of Science Fuse and the importance of Science Education on national TV in Pakistan

We were selected as one of the Dasani Heroes (Coca-Cola) because of the educational change we are driving in Pakistan. Watch our video to learn more about our mission and what motivates us!

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“Brilliant opportunity for children from low income areas to be part of a fun and stimulating educational experience.”

Shabina Mustafa - Founder The Garage School

“.. I saw these sessions awaken my students’ curiosity. After learning about Marie Curie, they were drawing university campuses. It wasn’t just them but their parents would also replicate the experiments we did in class at home! I would hear my students talk about how they stopped their younger cousins and siblings from killing bees… Our school had no science laboratory but they now knew they did not need fancy equipment or textbooks to be able to ‘do’ science.”

Nawal Zahra: Senior Associate - Teach For Pakistan

“My journey at Science Fuse has been a remarkable one. The work that the organization is doing in the education sector to increase STEM literacy is unique and remains unparalleled thus far. The passion with which the core team works was very inspiring and nurturing, and I was motivated to contribute to the organization, meaningfully.. I am enthusiastic to witness their impact across Pakistan at the forefront of employing progressive and engaging STEM education programs.”

Sidra Zahid: Assistant Manager Early Childhood Intervention & Healthcare, Karachi Downsyndrome Program