• A maker space to bring out the innovator in your Child

    We provide project based workshops on robotics, coding, electronics, 3D printing to help your child develop the confidence to use these skills for problem solving and to strengthen STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) concepts. We provide them exposure to state of the art tools and gadgets to give wings to their imagination. For Ages: 7+


    The journey at ThINKERS Club starts with exploration through tinkering with age appropriate kits and facilitation through guided projects. Our educators engage with them and prompt them with facts, queries, and challenges to help them discover new concepts and develop better understanding of existing ones. By the end of the explorative journey, they are ready for the second step, which is to develop skills specific to their area of interest and strength. They develop the confidence and fearlessness to apply their knowledge and skills and to create and invent doing many more hands on projects and free hand exploration.

    Summer is Here!! True to our mission, we are offering a wide range of summer workshops to engage your Hands and your Minds. Get creative with our design thinking and storyboarding camp, build art projects using paper circuits, design and build smart contraptions, design animated stories and games, build your skills in robotics, the choices are endless. Relax, enjoy while you exercise your brains in a session with hand picked award winning Board games and Math puzzles. To learn more about the summer camps, click here.


    We will be holding an Open House from May 13-20, 2017. Visit our center, to learn more about the camps before you decide.




  • May Highlights - Summer Camps

    "What good is an idea, if it remains an idea? Try. Experiment. Iterate. Fail. Try again. Change the world." - Simon Sinek

    Scratch Day

    Ages 7+, May 13, 2017 10am - 3pm *Free event

    Celebrate the World of Creative Computing

    Visit our center to explore and engage in activities showcasing the possibilities Scratch offers for creative expression, problem solving, and critical thinking. World over students will be celebrating Scratch Day!! Also experience the various other activities we have at Thinkers Club to get an idea of what we offer.

    Electrifying Electronics

    For Ages 8-12, Batch 1: May 22 Batch 2: June 19

    Duration: 20hrs, Mon - Fri, 9:30am - 11:30am

    Explore the world of circuits. Learn the basic components of an electrical circuit and sensors etc through age appropriate tools. Sessions involve understanding of the 6 step innovation cycle where students build art projects using paper electronics or smart devices and contraptions using the concepts taught. They are also asked to present their project as a video or a live talk on the last day.

    Digital Story Creation/Animation/Game Design - Creative Coding

    For Ages 8-12, Batch 1: May 22 Batch 2: June 19

    Duration: 20hrs, Mon - Fri, 11:45am - 1:45pm

    Creative expression, problem solving, logic building using programmable robots. Creative expression, story building and Game Design using Scratch. Students are give problem statements from real life scenarios and are asked to develop creative solutions using these mediums

    Robotics - Level 1: Introduction

    For Ages 6-8, Batch 1: May 29 

    Duration: 15 hrs, Mon-Fri, 3 - 4:30pm

    Using pre-programmable and programmable robots like Robby and Bonnie/Dot/Dash and basic robotic kits like Lego WeDo and Cubelets, young children are introduced to the world of robotics. They are asked to perform simple tasks using these kits in which they are encouraged to think creatively and it enhances their problem solving skills and logical reasoning skills

    Robotics - Level 2: Intro to Design

    For Ages 8-10, Batch 1: June 12 Batch 2: June 26

    Duration: 15 hrs, Mon-Fri, 3 - 4:30pm

    Sessions involve creative expression, problem solving, logic building using programmable robots and introduction to basic mechanical design using Avishkaar kit and lego Mindstorms EV3. The problem statements involve manual control of robots as well as basic programming. Problem statements are picked from real life scenarios to give context to learning for students.

    Robotics - Level 3: Mechanical Design and Intro to programming

    For Ages 10-12, Batch 1: May 29  

    Duration: 15 hrs, Mon-Fri, 4:30 - 6pm

    Advanced mechanical construction using Avishkaar kit and Lego Mindstorms reinforcing science concepts for sound design. Use of various sensors introduced and to be included when finding solutions to real life based problem statements. Advanced manual control involving strategic thinking and introduction to programming of these robots.

    Robotics - Level 4: Design and Construction of programmable robots

    For Ages 12-14, Batch 1: June 12 Batch 2: June 26

    Duration: 15 hrs, Mon-Fri, 4:30 - 6pm

    Design and construction of fully programmable robots using Avishkaar's SR brain and Lego Mindstorms EV3. Students will be ready to tackle challenges of IRC school league and Open League and WRO/FLL

    Intro to Design Thinking: Storyboarding

    For Ages 7-12, Batch 1: May 21 Batch 2: May 28

    Duration: 8 hrs, 9:30am - 5:30pm

    Storyboarding through exploration of basic materials such as recycled paper, cardboard, play dough, etc and technology using DIY electronics. Students pick a theme and backdrop for a story. They imagine, sketch, and create their characters using different materials provided and then add animation using electronics, Scratch or stop motion. Ultimately they script a story around these characters and produce a video or in Scratch.

    Design Thinking: 3D Design & Modeling

    For Ages 10+, Batch 1: May 22 Batch 2: June 26

    Duration: 10 hrs, Mon-Fri 3:30 - 5:30pm

    Sessions involve understanding of the 6 step design thinking process and the 6 step Futuristic Problem Solving Process. We pick a theme and students brainstorm and layout a plan and design of their concept. They learn about 3D design and basic 3D modelling and they create their designs in tinkercad which are then 3D printed to carry back home!!

    Crash Course in Python Programming

    For Ages 12+, Batch 1: May 22 Batch 2: June 5 Batch 3: June 19

    Duration: 20 hrs, Mon-Fri 9:30 - 11:30am

    Learn basics of computer programming through Python. Work through examples for better understanding of the syntax and coding concepts.

    Introduction to Micro-controllers (arduino/Raspberry Pi)

    For Ages 12+, Batch 1: May 22 Batch 2: June 5 Batch 3: June 19

    Duration: 20 hrs, Mon-Fri 11:45am - 1:45pm

    Board Games and Recreational Math

    For Ages 9-14, Batch 1: June 5

    Duration: 10 hrs, Mon-Fri 10am - 12pm

    Through use of hand picked Mensa awarded board games and award winning recreational math puzzles, camp director Parul Mittal will engage students in fun and lively sessions of strategic thinking, problem solving, and critical thinking.

  • What All Do We Offer

    "When a flower doesn't bloom you fix the environment in which it blooms, not the flower." - Alexander Den Heiier

    Coding/Electronics/Robotics/3D Printing

    Scratch, Python, Java, Age appropriate circuit kits, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Lego and much more

    The ability to code separates those who merely have an idea from those who can make their ideas a reality.

    If you want your child to be a thinker and innovator who can bring ideas to life, encourage him to learn how to program, to see how an electronic circuit works, and to design and manoeuvre a robot to make it do what she wants. These skills give children confidence that they can be designers and builders.

    Maker Workshops

    Learning by doing and experiencing

    Our maker workshops focus on putting skills to work. They put theoretical knowledge in perspective by solving challenges based on real life scenarios. They give an opportunity to your child work with his/her hands, experience and feel the problem, invent and reinvent a solution and thus give shape to his/her ideas. In the process, you earn where his/her interests and strength lies.

    Projects and Maker Portfolios

    Engineer creative projects and portfolios

    Use your imagination and skills to design and develop useful and innovative class or fun projects which can become part of a strong maker portfolio, a recommended supplement for admissions to reputed engineering colleges.

    Strengthen Science Concepts

    Visual and Hands On Learning

    We use state of the art tools and kits to drive away fear of science and help understand science concepts in a fun and hands on approach through activities/examples from every day life.

    Club Membership

    De-stress, learn, and create at your own time

    Monthly membership gives you the flexibility of time and control. We look at ThINKERS Club as a place of relaxation. Where one can come and immerse in a world of imagination, learning and creation. Members enjoy access to activities and material that enhance logical and analytical thinking as well as discounts on classes/workshops.

  • Regular Workshop Schedule for Ages 12+

    21st Century Skill Building Workshops


    Basics of PYTHON

    20 hrs

    Rs. 10,000






    Advanced Python Introduction to Arduino/R-Pi

    12 hrs

    Rs. 6,000


    Projects or Portfolio Development

    (Engineering Projects) 






    Flexible Time Slot, call or visit to fix time and pricing

    Introduction to Design Thinking: 3D Modeling and Printing

    10 hrs

    Rs. 5,000





    Flexible Time Slot, call or visit to fix time and pricing

  • Regular Workshop Schedule for Ages 7-12

    Young Inventors Program


    Introduction to basic concepts of design thinking, electronics, creative coding, robotics, using state of the art age appropriate tools and gadgets that we have to offer. Through interactive and project-based learning approach, we make them build working prototypes. This helps initiate them into the maker movement, build creative confidence and problem solving skills.


    *Complete Series: Rs.13,500 Individual Workshop: Rs.5000

    Intro to Robotics

    10 hrs

    Design and Construction using Legos, cardboard, plastic, etc



    Call to discuss timing

    Basics of Coding

    10 hrs

    Enhance problem solving & logic building skills using programmable robots and basic Scratch



    Call to discuss timing

    Electrifying Electronics

    10 hrs

    Basic circuit components, sensors, paper circuitry, building basic electronic contraptions and smart devices



    Call to discuss timing


    Creative Coding Using Scratch

    20 hrs

    Animation, Story Telling, Game Design etc to understand the language



    Call to discuss timing


  • Members' Experiences

    This is what our members have to say

    A must do for everyone and all ages. I vouch for it and Vihaan (my 7 year old) just loves it! - Sujatha Parthasarthi (Facebook page)


    Avi really enjoyed today's session and was excited to share his exploits... Working with wires, battery, miniature motor... being part of the act of making a crude plotter that actually drew on paper! Great going Thinkers Club! - Rituraj Kapila (Facebook page)


    a fantastic opportunity for kids to learn while playing. They get to know about the concepts which seemingly sound esoteric in a classroom environment ! Thanks to vinti & her team - Anjali Mamgain (Facebook group)

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