I am a Maker – Inventor (Age: 12+)
This program is most suitable for children of age 12 years to 14 years. The activities at the senior program let the little one’s creativity run free with a set of invention activities and materials.
Through this program, children can learn how to use a potentiometer and understand how resistance is directly proportional to the intensity of light. They can also explore various Newton’s laws of motion; know-how magnetism and electricity go hand in hand through fascinating hands-on experiments.
The activities designed in the senior category necessitates exploring through a design framework, from identifying requirements, to construct a prototype-based project, and understand the concept behind the outcome. The course will include a lesson guide that will help children in executing the exploration.
These fascinating hands-on and online programs include resources, materials, videos, virtual training, inquires and much more. The science kits contain all the necessary tools and materials for the children to complete a problem-based invention project
- Duration8 week
- Skill leveladvanced
Electricity and circuits
Electricity is a game-changer for the 20th century. Learn how electricity around is works.
Electricity and its effects
Learn about the different effects of electricity and why it so versatile. Design a calling bell and its prototype to learn sound effects of electricity.
To understand how electricity is converted to sound energy.
Electronics and Home appliances
How to Measure the Light
Did u know we measure the intensity of sound using decibels?? Even we can measure it for Light. Learn about light and its properties, what it is made up of, Can we regulate the intensity of light like we do with fan ?? And More while designing Bed lamp and Backlit board as a Prototype.
Reflection and Refraction
Use a motor, fan, simple machines to design an amusing tabletop toy to learn the concept of forces and forces by the wind. Research with different fan blades as Prototypes.
Newton got some Laws
Aerodynamics and Science of Flight
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