Case Study - Malaysia
At home, STEMBucket © programme has demonstrated that science can still be fun and engaging across all modes of execution. The most important takeaway for both the children and mentors was that science could be explored using household materials. The community members showed a high degree of interest and participation in the activities, emphasising the values of scientific knowledge in everyday life.
Aims & Objectives
Hence, the STEM activity on the “Water Filter” task was created to share how to make a water filter using recycled material with the participants. The created activity uses the science thinking frugal playful model to bridge the science communications between all participants. This type of activity aims to create awareness that science is among us through play using frugal materials.
Students from across the nation tool part in this project.