All kids are welcomed!

    saturday maker labs, open make, intergenerational, lifelong learning

    We invite kids to (e)xperience something new by learning to design and make their very own cool thingamajig. They will learn how to solve problems, build things with their hands as well as with tools and other digital equipment.

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    Xperience crafting 3D objects

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    Xperience making things that illuminates!

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    Xperience modelling with plastics

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    Xperience making things that moves remotely!

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    Xperience making something cool

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    Xperience making things from other things!

    The new season of Saturday Labs will begin from 15 August - 5 September 2020. Each session will be from 9.30am-11.30 am to be held at the National Design Centre (Makerspace@NDC)

    saturday maker labs, open make, intergenerational, lifelong learning, parent child bonding

    Adopting the "low floor, wide wall and high ceiling" mantra, we welcome novice learners, anyone with little or no experience. Instead of rigid, step-by-step cookie-cutter solutions, we allow learners to tinker and experiment with different methods. We believe that every learner can and should personalise their own learning process and explore projects as openly as possible.

    Starting date: 15 August 2020 (first session)

    End date: 5 September 2020

    Time: 9.30am - 11.30am (2 hours per session)

    Number of sessions: 4

    Venue: Makerspace@NDC at the National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road Singapore 188969.

    Target participants: Kids (age 7-12 yrs)

    Limited capacity: 4-6 participants.


    Total fee payable upfront: $400* per participant

    Returning JuMP participants from previous years can pay a reduced rate of $360*.

    *7% GST applies


    The fee will cover training, materials and consumables. Where possible, all participating pair will be able to bring home an artefact made during the workshop. In some sessions, participants may be required to bring and use their smartphones.