Big Art! 3D Print For Preschoolers
Recommended Size 8 - 20
Programme Format On-site
Cost $280.00 Per hour $80.00 Per student $88.00 Per student
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Digital Media - 3D Modelling/Printing, Design
Student Profile Preschool
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre Visual Arts - Product Design, Drawing
Venue (where applicable)
Programme Synopsis The programme will introduce children to the marvelous world of 3D printing, combining art and technology together. It will introduce them to the concept of STEAM at an early age. The course had been successfully piloted in preschools since 2019 and was an innovation project supported by ECDA. It allows children to explore their ideas through 3D designs and see these come become creation through 3D prints. We also let children explore regular patterns and irregular patterns to see how they can tessellate different designs. Children can also get to plan their own designs and see these being printed. Through the course, we hope to inspire children on the possibilities of 3D print and design.
Focus Areas Acquire Skills & Knowledge, Articulate Thoughts & Ideas
Point of Emphasis Not applicable
Lesson Goal #1 Students explore shapes and patterns in 2D and 3D
Lesson Goal #2 Student learn that some regular and irregular shapes can tessellate
Lesson Goal #3 Students use a 3D printer to print a design
Cost is based on 4 sessions. Price range per student is based on class size. The course can be extended to up to 8 sessions with more 3D design activities. Cost will be adjusted accordingly. Per hour course is for optional teachers training session to guide teachers to continue project on their own. Note that it is recommended for school to have its own 3D printer to continue project by themselves. For the purpose of the course, a 3D printer will be loaned to the school when needed for use during the sessions. We are also able to use the school's 3D printers if it has these.
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The Learning Grid group provides education content and services to schools and preschools in the region. It currently offers visual and performing art programmes to schools such as doodling, painting, drawing, manga, speech and drama, and more. It also has outdoor art programmes and holiday camps.
Bihan Hamdali 68489509 firstname.lastname@example.org
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