During the last hundred years industry has entered our everyday lives and ever since technology continues to break records.
Our world is unrecognizably changing, we have invented machines that make our lives easier in every aspect: Agriculture, transportation, science, cooking, calculation, health and that is only the beginning.
In this extra curricular activity we will roll up our sleeves and build technological models of all those machines that surround us, we will learn how they work, what causes them to operate efficiently, and of course we will connect everything to a motor and begin to play!
This extra curricular activity combines within it numerous disciplines, both from fields of science with mechanics, electricity, engineering, arithmetic, kinematics and more, as well as history, inventions and the motoric system.
The speed at which the world integrates new technology is constantly increasing every year with entire professions disappearing while others are suddenly created from nowhere. Technological thinking is one of the important tools that children can acquire at this time and this is precisely what we do in the extra curricular activity every week!
During the course of the year the participants will build:
Racing cars, cranes, aircraft, bridges, motorbikes, helicopters, dinosaurs, elevators, trucks, windmills and we will operate them all using a motor!
The program is given by very experienced instructors, with extensive resumes of working with children.
These instructors undergo certification and in-depth training in the field by TH!NK Ltd.
Most of the program’s instructors are students in one of the areas of engineering or education.
The program takes place with emphasis on stringent safety precautions in accordance with a yearly program that was formulated and developed by TH!NK Ltd, in cooperation with leading engineers and developers of engineering equipment in the world.
Towards the end of the year it is possible to hold a summarizing evening of joint activity of the children with their parents, where the participants, who have built and studied machines and development of technology during the course of the year, will present before their parents the selected models from the annual program.