KidZania Singapore Kidz & Tech Festival

KidZania Singapore Kidz & Tech Festival
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Make it a better World by equipping kids with the foundations of STEM Learning!

Kids can now get a fun head-start in understanding the concepts and practices associated with Science and Technology and how it affects our everyday life, as they learn through play. KidZania Singapore will hold its inaugural KidZ & Tech Festival this September school holidays.

The festival aims to bring a taste of STEM Learning to children through out-of-classroom real-life experiences in a kid-sized city. Kids can learn and experience how Science and Technology plays an important part in our daily living.

Activities, from simple coding to understanding how Quantum Physics apply to engines, will offer kids insights to how the real world functions.

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The event is free, while regular admission charges apply.

KidZ & Tech activities include:

Robotics and Drone Challenge
Explore the futuristic world of coding with Makeblock’s mBot robots and Airblock drones – try your hand at programming and navigating your way through a maze of obstacles.

Simple Machine Making
Learn about simple mechanics and their role in everyday life with Spritzer. Make robots or other simple machines out of recycled materials and observe how they work!

Cashless Vending Machine
To better understand the role of cashless transactions in today’s world, kids can try out NETS Flash Pay technology, with the exclusive KidZania Singapore NETS vending machine.

Insight to Negative Ion Technology
See how Sixth Element products make use of negative ion technology to improve the performance of engines.

Wireless Printing
Kids get to learn about wireless technology as they try out Canon’s wireless printer. Simply snap a picture and print it out on the spot!


Event Information

KidZania Singapore Kidz & Tech Festival

Start date: 31/8/17 10:00
End date: 10/9/17 18:00

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