Hands-on Science Winter Camp

Give your kids the most interesting 5 days for the life this winter...

Interesting "Hands-on STEM winter camp" @ Tech Kidz Lab for kids of all age group...

Enjoy fun science experiments for kids that feature awesome hands-on projects and activities that help bring the exciting world of science to life.

Experience the science magic behind laser maze, roller coaster, hovercraft, etc...

Recreate the groundbreaking experiments of the top scientific minds, from the Stone Age to modern times...

Have lots of fun playing with dry ice, electronic circuits, light, sound, electricity, heat, and many more...

Level Engage - Age 3-6 years

(Fun science stuff to do for our pre, post and kindergarten kids).

Day 1 : FUNdamental Science :
Tea bag rocket, capillary action.

Day 2: Electricity without shock :
Fun filled interesting activities on static electricity and electric circuits are taught. The concept of electricity is remarkable and the Kids always find electricity fascinating. The questions such as what is electricity and a circuit? How does electricity pass from one point to another?

Day 3: ROBO & Laser Fundoo :
Who does not like a robot? The machine impersonation and automation of a manual task interests and intrigues everyone, especially kids. They learn to design basic robotic models. The course enables kids to learn the basics of Robotics and the magic’s of light and mirror.

Day 4: Structure Building :
In general Kids love to build things. In this course, Kids learn the concept of 'How' than 'why'. This course introduces basic engineering concepts required for building structures as the kids learn to build simple models.

Day 5: Milestone in science :
The historical approach introduces children to the great thinkers in the world of science. Learn about famous scientists and inventors, like Archimedes, Copernicus, Einstein, Watt, and Darwin, as they reproduce their ground breaking experiments. Here we cover science through the time, in the areas of Light, Colors, and Sound.

Level Explore - Age 7-9 years

(Science Food for the super-fast brains to tackle laser games, build circuits and more).

Day 1 : Science More Fun :
An assortment of simple activities on capillary action, forces, weather, static are made easy and fun for the kids to do and learn. FORCE based activities like Tea bag rocket, Fountain coke, Canister Rocket, Color changing carnation and more.

Day 2 : Robotics :
This is a team work activity and students will learn to design, program, and control fully functional robotic models. Instructions for a variety of life-like robotic behaviors. This program learning strats with brain strom, Plan, Collect, Bulid, Analyse and assemble of LEGO mind strom Robotics. This kit which helps to understand basic concept of assembly instruction, procedure, mechanism and execution of building blocks amongst the students in the age group of 5 yrs to 8 yrs.

Day 3 : Electronics :
This program will provide the following learning’s in electrical and ectronics.
Introduction to electrical and electronics concepts, basic concepts of electricity and magnetism.
Practical experiments on LED lamps, Fan, Buzzer, heating filaments and motors.

Day 4: Mega Builder :
Driving like flying is of immense interest to kids. Kids love to play with monster trucks racing with each other with their loud boom sounds. As the name suggest, the kids learn about heavy vehicles, ways to building heavy vehicles models and the science in the process of building the models.

Day 5: Physics Concepts :
Conduct more of electrifying experiments with circuits and magnetic contraptions to learn about electricity and magnetism, and how these two fundamental properties are closely related. Build series and parallel circuits to light up a light bulb. Experiment with push buttons and on-off switches. Assemble circuits that include a spinning motor, two switches, and up to three light bulbs. Conduct tests to see which materials are magnetic. Learn about the force of magnetism and magnetic poles. Magnetize a metal. Use iron fillings to make invisible magnetic fields visible.

Level Explain - Age 10-13 years

(Students take on building challenging robots, models and hydraulics to lift heavy weights).

Day 1 : Electronics :
Overview of electronic components such as LED, Resistor, Capacitor, Diode, Transformer, Transistor, sensor and etc.
Printed circuit board(PCB), Tips and technique of soldering and de soldering. Concepts of DC motor, Generator and practical experiments .

Day 2 : Concept of Robotics :
Pick and place Robo: This is a 4 wheeled vehicle with pick and place arrangement, which moves on the floor to grab the objects and this can be used for multi purposes by using attachments such as space vehicle, goods carrying vehicle and etc. This kit helps to understand science concepts like mechanics, laws of physics, vehicle integration. Students can design various prototypes like Pick & Place Robot, Steering Car, etc.

Day 3 : Hydraulics :
This program is designed to introduce hydraulics and simple machines in a hands-on manner. Assembling this kit allows the child to understand the difference between force & pressure and how fluid pressure can be applied to lift heavy objects and how linkages work. This provides a hands-on exposure to elements of design, visualization and building a working model of a hydraulic lift, hydraulic brake and hydraulic grabber.

Day 4 : Science : fun and easy :
The main focus here is the behavior of the two most important fluids in our world, water and air, and objects immersed in them. They will investigate how air and water rest and flow, what they can carry and how they move. With experiments and models, they will find out what forces work on them and what kinds of energy they possess. They will also learn how ships float and airplanes fly, why a streamlined shape lets a car drive faster and how power plants convert a current of water into electrical current.

Day 5 : Heavy Vehicles Model Building :
Here kids will build all types of simple machines, including lever, wedge, wheel-and-axle, screw, inclined plane, and pulley, as well as gear and linkage. Models include cars, cranes, and much, much more. This also helps children understand the relationship between math (or physics) and how different types of machines work.