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Level 1: Basic Introduction to TinkerCAD + 3D Printing (27 May)

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Join us for a full day of fun and educational 3D printing holiday program designed for children to learn and experience the limitless possibilities of 3D printing, transforming ideas to reality.  

Learning to model in TinkerCAD before 3D printing their object.
Guided by experienced instructors and 3D printing specialists, children will learn TinkerCAD to create a mini stationery pot before exporting it to a 3D printer for printing. Children will witness the process of their digital form being printed from scratch.  

While waiting for the 3D print, students will continue to explore TinkerCAD digital space; learning how to use the software as a design tool to create various digital forms. This immersive hands-on learning will empower them to envision, design, and shape their future prototypes.

To further enhance learning through play, in the afternoon session, children will have the opportunity to work in small groups to build the tallest structure with 3D printed components, promoting creativity, problem-solving skills and team working. 

Working in groups to build their tallest structure with 3D printed connectors
It will be a fun-filled, immersive and meaningful maker learning experience with mini challenges, quizzes and prizes to win in addition to taking home their own creations at the end of the session!

Date: (Mon) 27 May 2024
Time: 9:30am - 3:00pm
Age:  7-9/ 10-12 years old
Location: 90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre, Blk B, Meeting Room 1, #03-13, Singapore 439053

Price includes 2x snacks and lunch. All 3D printing equipment and materials will be provided.

Please let us know via email [email protected] if your child would like to bring his/ her own laptop for the class (only if your child has one). It is not compulsory but we do encourage bringing your own personal laptop so your child can continue learning to use the program at his/her own time.

No early bird discount for this holiday camp due to the limited spaces available. In addition, students will be taking home several 3D printed design objects.


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