ECDA Early Childhood Conference and Exhibition 2019
|13 September 2019 - 14 September 2019||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM||Suntec City Convention & Exhibition Centre Halls 403 - 404|
The Early Childhood Conference and Exhibition (ECC) is an annual signature event organized by the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA). Parents can bring your kids and have a ball of time in the fun and engaging activities!
We will be running PlayMaker workshops at this event for young children to play with tech toys and create cool electronic projects! The workshops are suitable for young children from ages 4 to 6. To better understand our workshops, check out the descriptions below!
Sequencing with Bee-Bot, Code-a-pillar or Cubetto
Learn the building blocks of programming by giving directions to Bee-Bot, Code-a-pillar and Cubetto as they navigate across a jungle mat filled with food and animals!
Lighting up with Circuit Stickers
Create and decorate a light-up greeting card to take home and learn the basics of circuitry by pasting conductive stickers to light up an LED!
Creating Inventions with littleBits
Create and decorate a torchlight or tickle machine using littleBits - magnetically-connected electronic building blocks that empower children to develop creative confidence and curiosity to prototype ideas!
Learn Computational Thinking (CT) through fun activities and get a Tiny Thinkers Junior CT kit for free! Engage in 3 exciting activities - Robo-Tibby, Solve the Puzzle and Build a House!
Online registration is now closed. Do head down early to IMDA booth to register and attend our workshops. As there are limited slots, it will be on a first come first serve basis. See you there!
At the Central Stage, there are more interactive, educational and exciting programmes lined up. Catch exciting performances such as healthy lifestyle puppet shows to preschool performances!
Click here to register for the exciting Central Stage Programmes to reserve a seat and receive an exclusive goodie bag!
Come down to Suntec City Exhibition Halls 403 and 404! Click here to download the exhibition map containing key highlights taking place in the exhibition hall!