Art workshop in Singapore: SINDA's youth learn basic science through interactive activities

A two-hour introduction to physics using crafts, music, and dance

In February 2019, we conducted a two-hour crafts-based science workshop for two classes of 25 young children at SINDA. Participants aged between 9 and 12 were introduced to basic concepts in physics such as speed as well as push and pull through sing-along jingles, balloon race demonstrations, and DIY ping-pong shooters.

Kids making their very own ping-pong shooters using balloons, and paper cups.
One of our instructors sets up the balloon demonstration while the kids watch on.
The kids show off their colourful ping-pong shooters.

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