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Less Theory, More Practical
Children’s early years of formative education are some of the most crucial. This is why we help boost their mental abilities by developing their creativity and problem solving skills. Our courses are STEAM and Maker focused to develop and equip children with useful and on-demand knowledge and skills. The world is changing fast, so should the education our kids get.
Strawbees provides a complete solution for developing a powerful skillset for the future through hands-on exploration and working with design, construction, electronics and programming. Our open-ended system creates opportunities for fun and engaging experiences for beginners and experts of all ages.
We learn a great deal when we are forced to think for ourselves, rather than following instructions. Strawbees helps teachers and parents break free from the pattern of knowing it all, let your students and kids be the experts. Our instructions are deliberately simple. The reason is simple too - they are made for you to be creative and think differently. If somebody tells you to build a bridge, build YOUR bridge. Or build something entirely different that makes sense to you.
If You Can Dream It, You Can Build It
Creative Learning for Creative Minds
Strawbees has been rapidly gaining popularity since its invention. It has even been named in the Forbes’ list of Toys to Watch. Schools, libraries, maker spaces, and museums have been quick to adopt the use of Strawbees in an effort to teach and raise the quality of STEAM education. Deeply rooted in trial and error learning, Strawbees introduces students to the world of real-life engineering while nurturing their creativity and creative thinking.
Here’s a video of the highlights of Strawbees and Microbit Challenge that took place in March. Congratulations to all the 10 finalists going to the finals!
Through collaborative problem solving and intense team work, you conquer Everything!
Here’s our 10 finalists, SJI, Evergreen Secondary, Admiralty Secondary, Unity Secondary, Cresent Girl's, St Andrew’s Secondary and Beatty Secondary.
Inter-School Challenge 2019 at Republic Poly
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