Tinker Hub students 2017

Let’s Get Tinkering

The Tinker Hub is a centre for tinkering, play, imagination and discovery. With specially equipped rooms for science, robotics and Lego, literary arts and drama, and an indoor gym area to support our pupils in learning better as they tinker with science, robotics and even literary classics.

Dr Seuss’ Animal Science (5 – 6 years old)

Designed to introduce children to the diversity and characteristics of mammals, birds, insects and reptiles through Dr Seuss colourful rhymes, science books, animal specimens of skeletons, teeth, x-rays and microscope slides.

Cubetto Coding Adventure (3 – 6 years old)

The Cubetto robot is an award-winning coding toy that allows children to programme a friendly wooden robot without screens or literacy, and is powered by a programming language they can touch. Kids follow Cubetto on epic adventures on special mats that he travels on.

The Great Time Machine Adventure (4 – 6 years old)

Kids will travel through time and across the seas to learn about their world, all in their trusty time machine! It’s a multi-sensory and multi-disciplinary journey where six different scenarios will be discovered at the end of the camp.

Junior Robotics Boot Camp (7 – 9 years old)

This boot camp strengthens students’ understanding of science and engineering practices, through hands-on project covering one key science topic per day (physical, life and space sciences) using LEGO WEDO 2.0 robotics.

Eco Warriors Boot Camp (7 – 9 years old)

Children will learn about the hidden dangers facing our planet and create a chemical crime scene lab, identify microscopic water creatures, plan a portable pollution buster, learn a polluted water survival trick and even decode secrets in the soil! Using real lab equipment and scientific indicators, this camp promotes an interest in forensics, chemistry and earth science.

Forensic Science: Casefiles of Detective Reynolds
#1 The Case of the Museum Burglary (7 – 9 years old)
#2 The Case of the Murdered Mayor (10 – 12 years old)

Students assume the role of crime scene investigators as they use their observational skills, deductive reasoning and forensic science to solve a realistic crime scenario. Traditional forensic techniques of fingerprinting, hair analysis, tire track impression analysis, blood typing and forensic entomology will be taught.

There are various timings available for different camps from 29 – 31 May and 5 – 7 June 2017. Sign up before 20 May to receive $50 off! For the full schedule and to register, visit www.thetinkerhub.sg
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