With a piece of paper and a bit of patience, children can tackle problems shared by fighter pilots and aerial daredevils. Aeromodelling applies the principles of aerodynamics to the design and development of small aircraft, including paper planes. It is a fun way to learn some of the basic principles of physics. If your kids have a fascination with flight, this workshop is for them. Making a plane is exciting and challenging. Let your kids learn some design engineering skills and put them to the test.
Every child will take home his/her self-made balsa wood glider.
Age: 10 – 16 years • Time: 12 Noon – 1.30 pm
Batch 1: May 1 – 5 • Batch 2: May 28 – June 1