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Keep the door open, for your inner child!
Imagin8ors-Keep the door open
There is a child within me. A feisty, mischievous child. He visits me out of the blue. He doesn’t knock. He barges in as he knows he’s always welcome. I would (almost) never tell him: “Sorry buddy, I’m in the middle of something serious right now…” or “I don’t want anyone to know you exist…” More..
Battleships & The Captain’s Boys – How Board Games can be a great way to impart Life Lessons.
Like the music he creates there is a beautiful symphony in all that he does. Father, musician, writer, maker and a fantastic mind, he reminds you of all that is good and pure in life. A curious and adventurous child Ragavan Manian, from Team Imagin8ors, explores and seeks new things with an infectious enthusiasm and More..
Sid the Curious Kid. A case of the “Terrific Threes!”
Balaji is the Co-Founder of Imagin8ors and a parent of two boys, Sid (five and a half) and Ved (three months). Here he kicks off our blog sharing his personal journey with Imagin8ors, and talks about the need for parents to be active custodians of their child’s creative development. As a parent, I am sure, you would have More..
Managing Change With Kids
Sometimes, I think change has been the one constant in our lives. By the time our younger fella was three, we’d moved across continents, homes and switched careers at least as many times. We were living out of suitcases. Family and friends floated in and out of the kids’ lives, depending on where we were. “Routine More..
TTCR (Think,Tinker,Create,Repeat)
Pablo Picasso famously said, “Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up.”  Nowadays everything is handed to us neatly packaged, with little room for imagination or growth. Quite a contrast from when I was a kid, my first “real” toy was a cardboard box. Sounds weird, but according More..
Mama See How I Grow!!!!
Children absorb a lot of things and bring out this knowledge in the most remarkable ways. Here is  the story of Nirmay and his amazing learning from nature, telling his mother “Mama See How I Grow!” As Bharti was watering the plants she noticed her four-year- old son Nirmay crouch down next to the flower pots. More..
Learnings from the Kitchen Garden
  Rachna Singh, a Singapore based mother of two daughters who are like chalk and cheese. A collector, a writer, a gardener,a mother and a terrific friend; she is indeed a force of nature. Picking up each new thing in life with such enthusiasm and energy she is a constant source of  inspiration to everyone around More..
11 Opportunities in 2017 to inspire the Joy of Learning!
2017 has us fully in its grip. Vacation blues have been shrugged off, school is in full flow and more than a month has gone by, already! Yet as we look ahead, 2017 holds so much potential. We live at a time of flux. Trends in technology, automation, demographics are dramatically altering the assumptions we have lived our More..
Tinker Fest Sneak Peek!
Tinker Fest -Joy of Learning
We are excited to partner with Science Center Singapore to bring you Tinker Fest, a week long celebration of the joy of learning through play, exploration and experimentation. The theme of the festival is “Nurturing 21st Century Learners” and the how tinkering enables that. We arranged a  sneak peek to the festival on Aug 26th, and invited a few special More..
August Open House
Joy of learning -Paper Speaker
Our Open House, is an invigorating time for Team Imagin8ors, filled with anticipation of meeting  some new tinkerers and welcoming back the older ones. For animated conversations, stimulating idea exchanges, some fearless tinkering and learning simply for the joy of it. We were ready to lay down the canvases, for the children to pour a little bit of More..
Do not miss MAKER FAIRE Singapore This Weekend
    If you haven’t made plans to head to the Maker Faire Singapore 2016 this weekend, you should! At this family friendly event, your child and you can meet an army of crafters, techies, artists, engineers, scientists and tinkerers and participate in fun interactive learning and play-based workshops. Immerse yourselves in hands-on activities and discover the More..
Playeum’s Hideaways: Team Imagin8ors Discovers What Lies Within
Last week Nia and I found ourselves at Playeum. After weeks of hearing about the Hideaways- Creating With Nature” exhibit we finally had a chance to experience it first-hand. As we walked past the pink elephant figurine, we were greeted with peals of laughter from some very happy tots. We saw a few Playeum facilitators More..
June Open House
It’s the first Saturday of the month and Team Imagin8ors welcomes you to their monthly Open House. A space to spark imagination for children (ages 3-10) and parents, to tinker with technology, and indulge in some free unstructured play. Meet like-minded parents, make new friends, and swap views on the fascinating learning needs for today’s More..
 Mapping It Out
    Sia Mitra blogger, painter, needlework artist, mother – a woman with fingers in many pies. Living a busy life juggling numerous interests and responsibilities, but her daughter always comes first. Doing many projects together is how this mother-daughter duo bond and have fun together. Hear this Delhi based powerhouse speak about one such holiday project. Rummaging More..
All the World’s a Stage
Sailakshmi Deepak a friend with whom conversation never ends. Librarian, Blogger, Supermom, Maker and Commentator she is a multi-talented aficionado. Living in Dubai she is constantly looking for new experiences at the same time continuing old traditions. Her life is full of beautiful narratives woven around her two fantastic kids. At 40, my thirst for knowledge has gone up More..

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