Imagine if you can create anything you dream of. Every artist, sculptor, and designer knows the magic of creation begins from the moment an idea takes root. Kids are chockfull of ideas, but ideas can only go so far.
Imagine what happens if we empower them with a tool they can use to turn ideas into reality?
3D modeling translates an idea into a computer aided design, before a 3D printer takes the design and prints by adding materials layer by layer to form a shape. Creating something has never been that easy. It's almost magic.
From printing your own toys, to a colourful model house shaped like a dinosaur - the only limit is your imagination.
Saturday Kids takes a design-based approach that emphasises digital creation. By making it fun and engaging, kids receive a well-rounded education in computational thinking that is more meaningful than simply playing with gadgets.
What They Say About Us
"... it is wonderful to hear their enthusiasm and excitement when they talk about their Scratch classes, the words epic and awesome are frequently used!" - Jill, Parent
"…I liked that the staff were friendly and approachable. My children enjoyed the session thoroughly…"
- Christina, Parent
"… I liked the whole idea of getting the kids interested in coding early. Organisation was very good. Trainers were good at handling kids…" - Sergio, Parent
" ... children from our camp enjoyed themselves exploring and learning what the different animation tools could do for them. They were particularly excited to see their own creations come alive." - Dr Tan Swee Kheng, Programme Director of Fifth Ray
"... an early appreciation of architecture and design was introduced, through bite-sized, kid friendly workshops ranging from architecture-themed walking tours, 3D printing, programming software and more. The kids left happy, inspired and excited for more opportunities." - Archifest
"... an effectual delivery of a series of 3D printing workshops for library customers (children and adults) which were well-received and with glowing feedback for the trainer." - National Library Singapore