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The Little Thinkers Lab

We make Learning Fun

The Little Thinkers Lab is an introductory STEAM based lab (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) with Coding lessons and fun Sensory sessions for little children who love to tinker, design, build, and create. Young makers learn how to use the latest technology, from electronics and programming to designing and sculpting to create dynamic projects.
We bring in Popup Labs, Playdates, Workshops for afterschool, weekends, recreation, Holiday programs and STEAM based Events and Birthday Parties!


For age group of 6 to 12

Learn to THINK by learning to CODE
Give your child a head start in the digital age. Build your child’s foundation and inspire them to pick up an important lifelong skill for the future.

Beginning with Game Development under our CODE AVENGERS programme for childrens of ours.



For age group of 3 to 6

CREATE Junior offers STEAM thematic parent accompanied fun and educational playdate sessions and workshops for Little thinkers.

Young makers learn how to use the latest technology, from electronics and nonscreen programming to painting and sculpting to create dynamic projects.


For age group of 6 to 12

CREATE Senior offers STEAM thematic fun and educational playdate sessions and workshops for thinkers. Makers will learn how to use the latest technology, from electronics and programming, developing games to painting and sculpting to create dynamic projects to think and find solutions with STEAM.


For age group of 1 to 3

“Happy families and social support yield happier kids”.
Join a group of Tots and parents for a fun, thematic playdate session that emphasizes on purposeful play and quality Interaction.

Playdate session offers a sensory- rich environment kids get to explore various modes of PLAY with CRAFT related to the theme and SING along with us.

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S is for Science

Children are natural scientists. They try to figure out just how the world works by engaging in a series of steps called the scientific method. The scientific method includes observing, forming questions, making predictions, designing and carrying out experiments, and discussing. Even infants and toddlers are using a basic form of the scientific method (or performing little experiments) as they explore and discover the world around them! Children find patterns and build theories to explain what they see, and collect “data” to test those theories. A theory is like a guess or possible explanation for something.

A toddler makes footprints after she walks through a puddle. She may form a theory based on her observation of her footprints, that the way she walks changes the size and shape of the prints. She then tests her theory by hopping on one foot or walking on her toes to see if her prints change. Like scientists, children learn from others. They watch what children and adults do and learn from trying to repeat what they’ve seen or by asking questions and seeing the results. At TLTL we will encourage young scientists and get them excited about learning with hands-on activities and science experiments. Kids of all ages will have a blast learning about the world around them, whether they’re creating their own constellation placemats, growing their own plants or crystals, exploring magnetism, measuring the moon, or extracting DNA from spinach leaves!

T is for Technology

When we think of technology, Mobile phones and computer Coding often come to mind. But the “T” in technology also stands for any type of man-made object. Technology includes simple tools such as pulleys, wheels, levers, scissors, ramps to motors, LEDs. TLTL supports children’s cognitive development, because as children play with these tools, they observe and learn from the underlying cause and effect. These simpler technologies allow children to understand how tools help us accomplish tasks. Children can see the cause and effect behind them, like how adding wheels below a large object makes it easier to move, or how raising a ramp makes a ball roll faster.

E is for Engineering

Engineering applies science, math, and technology to solving problems. Engineering is using materials, designing, crafting, and building – it helps us understand how and why things work. We at TLTL let children design and build with blocks or put together railroad tracks, they are acting as engineers. When children construct a fort of snow, pillows, or cardboard, they are solving structural problems. When they figure out how to pile sticks and rocks to block a stream of water or how objects fit together, they are engineering.

A is for Arts

At TLTL we focus on ART equally with other STEM subjects. A creative mindset is critical for STEM subjects. That is why the arts was added to STEM to become STEAM. Scientists, technology developers, engineers, and mathematicians need to innovate and solve problems creatively. The subjects in STEAM are similar in their approach to learning. Active and self-guided discovery is core to the arts and to STEAM learning. Children engage in painting, pretend play, music, and drawing. Art is sensory exploration. Children can feel the paint on their fingers and see colors change the way paper looks. As they grow, children include symbols in their art that represent real objects, events, and feelings.

Drawing and play-acting allow them to express what they know and feel, even before they can read or write. Music is also linked to STEAM skills such as pattern recognition and numeration. Research shows that early experience with creative arts supports cognitive development and increases self-esteem.

M is for Math

Math is number and operations, measurement, patterns, geometry and spatial sense. From birth until age five, children explore everyday mathematics, including informal knowledge of “more” and “less,” shape, size, sequencing, volume, and distance. Math is a tool children use every day! Babies and toddlers learn early math concepts like geometry and spatial relationships when they explore new objects with their hands and mouths. We at TLTL think teaching math is an important component of a comprehensive STEAM program

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Call us +91 960 673 7888

We are located at Bengaluru