In the past, children used to create their own toys from materials found around the house. The many hours of tinkering and playing with their own creation not only brought joy, but instilled in them many life skills and appreciation of science phenomena.
They solved problems, thought creatively, and overcame difficulties to make their creation work. The many life skills they developed through this process — tenacity, problem-solving, creativity, critical thinking — are what we consider today as future skills.
They also experienced science phenomena such as drag force when making parachutes or the Bernoulli principle for water spray. Such experiential learning helped develop a better understanding of the related science principle.
Learning from the wisdom of the past coupled with modern interactive technology, we developed this program for children to create fun science-based toys.
We hope to instill in them a CREATING mindset, as opposed to CONSUMING because creating is the highest form of learning. It will make them question the world around them as they grow up.