MakersLoft offers the following in-school or after school activities through out India. For locations outside Kolkata, we are currently training teachers of the school to conduct hands-on activities that can develop 21st century skills in children. Some examples of such Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) activities are:

 Robotics: Robotics at the school level is the most fun way to learn Science & Math. We have structured gradewise curriculum for Robotics for Primary and Middle & High school students.

• 3D Designing & 3D PrintingSchools all over the world have started teaching 21st century skills of 3D Designing and 3D Printing that will prepare students for jobs of tomorrow. We offer 18 sessions in an academic year covering one 3D designing software and one 3D Printing project. For Class 6-10

• Creative Computing / Scratch:  In an increasingly tech world, coding skills are going to be as important as ‘ABC’. We teach Creative Computing using Scratch (a block based programming tool developed by MIT) and MakeyMakey (an invention kit for everyone). The 18 sessions course covers creating stories, interactive games and animation. For Classes 4-7

Besides MakersLoft also helps setup a Tinkering Lab in the school itself. We assist in setting up the lab, procuring tools and equipment, providing curriculum, training teachers and school staff to run the lab independently. To know more click here

Interested in setting up an Innovation Lab at your school or community?

Call us at 6290126203 (between Monday – Friday, 11am-6pm) or email at

3D Printing for students of Mahadevi Birla World Academy (MBWA) Kolkata

Cardboard challenge with students of Akshar, Kolkata

3D Doodling summer camp for students of various schools

MIT App Making course for students from class 6 upwards

Recycling workshop for students at the US Consulate, American Centre, Kolkata

Electronics Workshop for students of Don Bosco Park Circus, Kolkata

Parents Teachers Meeting at South City International, Kolkata

Student and Teacher STEM Training at Filix School of Education, West Bengal