Make things move using water, syringes and everyday items.
11th July, 5.15pm-6.45pm
12th July, 4.00pm-5.30pm
Cost: $15/ per parent-child pair (limited to 10 pairs per session)
Water powered machines have been in use since early civilization. The Greeks ad Romans used hydraulics to make aquaducts, mills and even in mining. In this workshop, participants will pick and build one simple hydarulic machine of their choice. They will learn how to design, build and control their machine. Lots of woodwork – cutting, riveting, drilling etc. Safety glasses will be provided.