6 -12 years old l 1 day l 10am to 5pm
$200 per child
WHAT TO EXPECT
Expose your child to one of the most revolutionary manufacturing techniques of this decade, and embark on an exciting journey of discovery and exploration! Kids will learn about breath-taking potential of 3D printing, how it works and create their own virtual 3D models using TinkerCAD.
All participants will:
Create and bring home a 3D-printed bookmark creations
Select and receive a 3D-printed Pokemon figurine
Create a personalised tag using 3D Doodle pen
Receive a certificate of completion
SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES
How a 3D printer works and its main components
Software 3D Modelling using TinkerCAD
Use of 3D printing to solve problems
Problem-solving techniques through deconstruction
What's a 3D printer, and how does it work?
History and evolution of manufacturing technologies
Plastic types and their reaction to heat
Components of a 3D printer
Different types of 3D printer
Key differences between 3D printing and conventional manufacturing techniques
CLASS SIZE & RATIO
max class size
no. of coaches
* Refers to laptops and 3D printers.
DATE & TIME
9th Dec, Mon
10am - 5pm
10th Dec, Tue
10am - 5pm
* Lunch and tea-break will be provided for all participants.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. My child is not familiar / has not used computers before. Will it be a problem?
No problem at all! Our program is designed for absolute beginners with zero prior experience. The appropriate level of guidance and coaching will be provided to suit learners of varying competencies.
2. Do we need to prepare anything?
All necessary equipment for this program will be provided. We would however recommend your child brings along a jacket, drinking water as well as basic writing material. You are also welcome to use a personal laptop for ease of continual learning after the course.
3. Any minimum number of participants required?
Yes, a minimum of 6 participants is required for this course to run. Any event of cancellation will be made known to registered participants at least 1 week prior to commencement.