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27 & 28 Dec 2021
Agent Chipmunk STEAM Workshop: Save Our Winter!

Agent Chipmunk STEAM Workshop: Save Our Winter!

Time to put on your scientist lab coat! This winter, Big Bang Academy's Agent Chipmunk invites little agents to create cool gadgets with the power of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) to defeat evil Bobo and save winter!

Children will learn science and art in an immersive English environment and discover their potential and interest in STEAM!

Workshop Description:

Complete three winter science missions in our 1.5 hour workshop and children may bring the DIY experiments home!

This workshop will be conducted in a small class setting by Big Bang Academy's professional STEAM instructors (class taught in English).

1.) Learn about the Chemistry behind acid-base reaction and create our own popping and fizzing winter candy cane

2.) Apply the chemistry of gases and physics of air to make a smoky air cannon

3.) Build a light up Snowman Christmas Card with electrical circuits

Nature & Wellness
For Kids
Kids Friendly
Kids Course
27 & 28 Dec 2021
10:30 - 17:00
Nature Discovery Park
5 - 12 Years Old Kids
General Member
KLUB 11 Gold Card Member
700 /
700 K Dollar
KLUB 11 Black Card Member
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HKD $700
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Location: B131-133, B1/F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2143 7300

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