PlayMaker aims to inspire young children to play and make with technology, sparking imagination and building creative confidence.
The PlayMaker programme provides pre-schoolers an early exposure to computational thinking through age-appropriate and developmentally-appropriate technology-enabled toys that promote tactile and kinaesthetic experiences. Guided by adults, children will acquire abilities like logical thinking, reasoning, sequencing, estimation and inventive thinking.
Who can take part?
Early childhood educators can attend an educators’ workshop to understand more about these technologies and how to infuse them into your lessons.
Parents of pre-schoolers can bring your children to PlayMaker workshops at various community locations to understand and experience using these technologies to develop computational thinking in your children.
How to take part?
Click here to find out more about PlayMaker and how you can take part in the workshops.