Makers Empire’s Welcome to 3D challenge is a great way to introduce NSW-based children to the basics of 3D design & printing at home. Plus, the $99 cost is fully covered by the Creative Kids NSW voucher!
During this course, requiring minimal supervision, children will learn how to use Makers Empire and Design Thinking processes to design a bag tag, ice cream cone and their own name tag. As they design, children develop creative confidence and problem-solving skills, express ideas, improve spatial awareness and learn valuable tech skills.
Parents receive regular updates on their child’s progress, a parent guidebook with helpful tips and advice on helping your child excel, and one high-quality 3D print of their child’s name tag, posted to your home.
NSW parents, guardians and carers can apply for a Creative Kids voucher with a value of up to $100 per calendar year for each school-enrolled child aged 4.5-18 years to undertake creative and cultural activities.
Makers Empire is an approved provider for Creative Kids so NSW parents, guardians and carers can apply for a Creative Kids voucher for eligible children that will cover the full cost of the Welcome to 3D challenge.
The Welcome to 3D challenge path costs $99 and includes:
Mission to Mars is an immersive challenge course written by our expert learning director to engage children in learning about space.
In this challenge course aligned to the Australian Curriculum, students will watch space-related videos, complete pro training tutorials and design challenges related to space travel and be tested on their knowledge of space.
Makers Empire 3D is the world’s most fun and easy to use 3D design app, designed specifically for K-8 students. It is a safe and positive digital environment, used in over 1,200 schools worldwide, and students create over 100,000 designs a day!
Makers Empire 3D is accredited by Education Alliance Finland and recommended by Common Sense Education. Our design curriculum aligns with the Australian Curriculum, American Common Core standards, the UK curriculum and NGSS.
Plus, a pioneering 12-month research study by Macquarie University found Makers Empire to be highly effective at developing children’s creativity, critical thinking, design thinking and digital skills.
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