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Venue: MIC Limerick
DESIGNER MINDS Science, Design and Technology Spring Club Term
13 Week Term begins 27th January – Register with a Deposit Today!
Dive into 13 weeks of exciting experiments, projects, and challenges with a fun-loving group of kids who share a passion for Science, Design & Technology!
At Designer Minds clubs, the adventure doesn't end when you leave our doors. The thrill and learning continue as your child brings home newfound skills, knowledge, and ideas that inspire endless projects. We always encourage children to explore, create, and nurture their passion for STEAM through personal projects at home.
Our Clubs are for all boys and girls in 1st to 6th Class.
Spaces are limited, so make sure to secure your spot now to avoid disappointment!
Secure with a deposit today. Try a Trial Club. Join Anytime!
What To Expect
• Small, exclusive club with a very limited number of children.
• An engaging range of STEAM activities
• Lots of the latest and greatest kit, including robotics, tablets, computers, LEGO, science experiments and more.
Coming up this term, here’s a sneak peek!
• Unleash the power of coding! Join us to program robots and watch your code turn into robotic actions and dances!
• Catch the breeze with LEGO! Construct and test wind-powered LEGO creations.
• Become an urban visionary with Arckit! Explore the art of city planning and bring your dream cityscape to life.
• Discover biology's wonders – extract DNA from a banana and see the invisible threads that make up all living things.
• Get creative and create a beautiful watercolour painting!
• Blast off into science! Build your own rocket and experience the thrill of launching it sky-high.
There will be more! Upcycling, Microscopes, Minecraft and Mechanical Computers. Come along and see for yourself. You won’t be disappointed. Because kids never get bored at Designer Minds!
“Absolutely fantastic experience to learn things that will never be taught at home environment. Learning to work in team and as individuals is also essential part of it. It’s great to see kids coming out happy with a spark in their eyes.” - Lolita, Limerick