ArchKiddies is for ages 5 to 7 year olds. At this age, children are still acquiring their fine motor skills and they engage in a lot of imaginative play. Hence, they will learn about architecture through imaginative and constructive projects where they will explore the elements of architecture such as lines, shapes, forms, mass, space, light and shadow, materials, colours, structure and scale.

At Little ArchKids, which involves children from ages 8 to 10 year olds, they will continue to learn about the elements of architecture. Further, they begin to dab into the relationship between the natural and built environment and issues such as landscaping and urban planning is involved in their design. The role of the human body in experiencing architecture becomes more pronounced as they begin to relate better with logical thinking at this stage.

As they progress further to Junior ArchKids, for ages 11 to 12 year olds, they begin to consider the impact of humans on their environment. Issues such as ecology and sustainabiity are considered in their projects. They will also learn about technical presentation skills done by architects and designers such as drawing of plans, elevations and sections.

Throughout the levels, the children may be exposed to famous artist and architects as well as architectural history as sources of inspiration.

Project Architecture for Kids can also be part of your school's classroom lesson, enrichment or holiday program. One time workshops or a series of classes are available. We can also tailor a class to meet your educational needs. Kindly contact us now at 92321159 for more details.