STEM education is proven to help children to be thinkers and problem-solvers. Children are born scientists and engineers. Their natural curiosity and insatiable appetite for exploration to push boundaries should be encouraged and developed to prepare them for tomorrow.
InventiveKids’ InventiveMakers™ curriculum aims to develop:
- a questioning and divergent problem-solving mindset (multiple solutions instead of just one ‘correct’ solution),
- an aptitude for collaboration and team work and,
- an appreciation of STEM and how various scientific and engineering concepts apply in real world situations and in our lives.
Pottery For Kids for kides above 7 cost $55/2hrs. Family Clay Fun for 2 adults 1 child cost $94/2h
Tue to Sat: 9am – 6pm
Sun, Mon & Public Holiday: Closed
Singapore’s first Children’s Centre for Creativity where families and children can play, create and be inspired together.
Playeum is also a registered charity which brings play into the lives of children who need it most.
47 Malan Road
01-23 Gillman Barracks
Child (Aged 1 – 12): $22.00
Accompanying Adult: Free
Additional Accompanying Adult: $10.00
Founded in 1983, Ossia offers lessons for Piano, Violin, Guitar, Drums and Electronic Key Board as wells as School holiday programs.
Have you ever think of building and flying your own DRONE! What’s more, you can put in your own creative ideas to design your DRONE.
Gone are the days that DRONE is labelled as complicated and difficult and only for adults!
Now, you can build one with materials and components provided. You will be taught what makes a DRONE and how to FLY one at the end of the course.
We aim to nurture our young inventors and entrepreneurs of our future!
Lesson will be conducted in an interactive based approach where student work in small teams to build, design, test and improve their drone.
Discovery Vacation Camps starts in 1992 is all about kids learning SCIENCE in a FUN and ENJOYABLE way.
Kids can join 5 day camps in the school holidays and take part in projects, go for outings and learn science. It’s not all fun and games tough as it’s reported that kids come back with lot’s of worksheets to show after the camp.
Chinese language and culture school in Singapore co-sponsored by the Chinese central government. This jointly established by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China and the Nanyang Technological University.
Confucius Institute, NTU offers a number of programs, including enrichment programmes and holiday
It isn’t every day that kids can learn to shape the future.
Kids today live, learn and play in a digital- centric world. Wouldn’t it be great for them to acquire the programming and computational thinking skills that would enable them to become more adaptive and fully-engaged in this exciting and fast-changing environment?
Rather than just learning through digital interaction, Saturday Kids takes a design- based approach that emphasises digital creation. By making it fun and engaging to practise concepts such as iteration, testing, debugging, remixing and modularising, kids receive a well-rounded education in computational thinking, and open their minds to achieve a level of digital literacy that is more meaningful than simply playing with gadgets.
Saturday Kids is organising several Scratch programming for kids aged 7-13!
Lessons are held at 10 Square @ Orchard Central, Fidgets World and Collision 8 High Street Centre
Chengzhu or 成竹 comes from the Chinese Idiom “xiong you cheng zhu” (to have an image of bamboo in one’s mind), which illustrates the confidence that good preparation can bring when taking on new challenges.
The centre offers a variety of programs to help children learn mandarin.
This is a new science centre specially designed for kids 18 months to 8 years old.
The programmes aim to introduce science through engaging activities, facilitated by early childhood professionals and educators. Kids could become pilots and learn how a plane works, or surgeons to learn about the different body parts and organs, or even palaeontologists to learn more about dinosaurs. There are four thematic zones with 17 activity areas to explore :
Imagine Zone : Built Environment, Supermarket and Dino Pit
Experience Zone: Stop-motion Area, Critters and Nature Area
Discover Zone: From “why is the sky blue?” to “how does hair grow?”, almost all the little ones’ curious questions can be answered here.
Dream Zone: Include a two-storey climbing structure, which has hanging doors, flying fish, giant gears and various other mind boggling, interactive exhibits
LEGO® Education workshops and other school and visitors programs are also held here
KidsSTOP is located at the Science Centre but separate tickets are needed to enter KidsSTOP. Packages will be available for children keen to visit both centres.
Child (18 months – 8 years) : $20.00 -$25 weekdays $23.00-$28 (Sat, Sun, Public Holidays and School holidays)
Adult and 9 yr and above : $10- $15 weekdays $13.00-$18 (Sat, Sun, Public Holidays and School holidays)
Weekdays (Mon – Fri)
1st Session 12 pm – 3 pm (Last admission: 2.15 pm)
2nd Session 4 pm – 7 pm (Last admission: 6.15pm)
Weekends (Sat, Sun and Public Holidays)
1st Session 10 am – 2 pm (Last admission: 1.15 pm)
2nd Session 3 pm – 7pm (Last admission: 6.15 pm)
KidsSTOP™ is closed on the following dates for private events or maintenance works in 2015: 5 Jan, 2 Feb, 2 Mar, 6 Apr, 4 May, 3 Aug, 5 Oct, 2 Nov
$$$: Normal admission prices for weekdays are $20 and $10 for children and adults respectively. On weekends, public holidays and school holidays the admission charges are $23 for children and $13 for adults.