The tinkering lab refers to a space where the Kids (Aged 6-16 years) can experiment with, learn, develop and conceptualize different scientific ideas. SRJNA powered Tinkering Lab consists of 80+ tools like DIY kits, 3D printer, Robotics, scientific, mechanical, electrical equipments and consumables supported boot camps, workshops, content, lesson plans, mentoring, guest lectures etc. We provide end to end support ensuring perfect execution of Tinkering Activities in the School. This way they will be able to create their own models.
EASY: No special training or maker lab required. We provide everything you need to get your classroom inventing right away.
REAL: Real parts, real science, real engineering. Mostly recognizable hardware and materials allow kids to connect the parts with objects in the world around them.
PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: Open-ended Challenges actively engage students in authentic learning experiences driven by their own ideas.
STEM, STEAM & THE STANDARDS: Each product relates to principles of science, technology, engineering, art, and math, with fun and mapped with national curricular framework (NCF)
It contains 3D printer, Robotics, scientific, mechanical, electrical equipments along with consumables
SRJNA’s 5D Teaching Aids & do it yourself kits
A 3 days workshop which enables school educators via hands-on training of concepts, tools, activities & challenges of Tinkering Lab.
curricula of different age groups to introduce the concept of tinkering laboratories and activity sheets for students.
These workshops are curated to build kids’ innate qualities like Design thinking, Prototyping & problem solving.
Online mentoring from experts via our mobile application Instaguru , hand-holding and guidance.
Online platform to assess conceptual knowledge of kids post tinkering sessions.
Help in raising further local philanthropic/ Corporate social responsibility funds.
Basic knowledge of the computerized manufacturing techniques
Building solutions via network of physical devices through internet
Dealing with the design, construction, and uses of machines
Robotics Technicians and engineers develop, assemble and test robotic systems using academic skills s
understand know-hows of domestic circuits in line with theory
design devices, microprocessors, microcontrollers and other systems