FREE and open to the public
2 — 4 pm
Limted to 15 kids (Please register here or email [email protected]
10 CHF for materials
* Lesson in English (German and French spoken by teachers)
Patterns are all around us!
How many patterns do you see in the space around you everyday? Many times we look at patterns and do not «see» them, yet they balance our view of life and add to its understanding.
Finding patterns for kids is extremely important. Patterns help children learn sequencing and to make predictions which leads to mathematical skills, logic structure, and to establishing order in life. A new world comes to light when patterns are recognised, explored and played with — as the more patterns we can find, the easier and quicker our overall tasks of problem solving will be.
Under the theme of PATTERNS — in combination with engaging with our current exhibition of Qubibi — Kibit is the place where kids will have access to a library of on and off-screen projects to play with to further their knowledge of computational learning while developing their skills as future makers and programmers.
Activities include: exploring pattern recognition, programming patterns, making your own moving patterns, design patterns, conditional drawing, patterns in electricity, weaving and craft, sound, data sets, abstraction, etc.
Kibit is full of fun activities to introduce children to computational, logical thinking and the most basic of programming concepts. The MuDA aims to teach children the rational thinking behind technology to further their creative potential by cultivating future makers and thinkers of this medium instead of just users.
The actual concepts in MuDA’s children’s workshops aim to be fun, simple, straight forward and allow children to mix tech, play and creativity!
Great for ages 4 — 10.
Spark a lifelong passion for computing and the arts!
* Kids are allowed without a parent if 7 years of age and above.