Build a mini cardboard kitchen with your kids!
This workshop is an introduction to create a one-of-a-kind bonding experience for your family, where the young minds get to turn their creative imaginations into their own masterpieces!
Without the price tag of expensive toys, bring out their innovation or entrepreneurship potential through stories revolving their very own creative mini kitchen!
Each family will get to create their own kitchens, using cardboard collected from our neighbourhood “cardboard aunties”, so we can be eco-friendly while journeying through a fun learning experience with the kids!
From here, the real life benefits can be simulated in various ways.
Innovating for sustainable futures
We do our part to ease the burden of the manufacturing and wastage ecosystem.
We give back. Portion of the profits go back to whom we affectionately call “cardboard aunties”.
Steps are retraceable with simple tools, allowing ample room for mistakes. In fact, we encourage it.
Date: Sat, 17 June 2017
Time: 1.30PM - 4.30PM
Venue: Suntec City Mall, #02-478 (Kids Performing™ Academy of the Arts)
Ticket for 1 Child and 1 Parent: $55
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About the Trainer
Eric Lee is a creative generalist who runs a digital agency in Singapore and Yangon. His passion for education, led him to pursue teaching in various institution such as Singapore Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, Orita Sinclar School of Art and Murdoch University. What motivates him to setup this workshop is that he hope more kids would be inspired to make their own creative toy with recyclable materials and learn better through imaginary play.
Are there minimum age requirements to join the workshop?
The minimum age is 3 years old and they are required to be accompained by a parent.
What can I bring into the event?
You are encouraged to bring 3 cardboards where it would be shared with the participants.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For any further queries, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://steammetry.com/