Families on creative missions

Around 200 parents and children took part in the HP Little Makers Family Edition programme organised by HP Malaysia in collaboration with Kuntum magazine at SK Bukit Rahman Putra.

ABOUT 200 parents and children helped make the HP Little Makers Family Edition programme a success.

Organised by HP Malaysia in collaboration with Kuntum magazine which is published by Star Media Group, the event was held at SK Bukit Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh.

The programme was aimed at inspiring creativity through technology and play-based learning.

SK Bukit Rahman Putra teacher Muhamad Khairuddin Abdul Rahman, who participated in the programme, said it allowed parents, teachers and children to bond in a fun environment.

Parent Norzaiti Mansor said the programme gave her an opportunity to spend quality time with her children and win exciting gifts from Kuntum and HP Malaysia.

With the theme Print. Experience. Learn, HP Malaysia invited parents and the children to complete eight Creative Print Missions covering arts, geography, biology, astronomy and other subjects.

Each family completed four challenges, namely Paper Plane Physics, Time Will Tell, Around Malaysia and Animal Kingdom.

Upon completion of the challenge, participants were asked to take a family photo with their completed Little Makers challenge and upload it on their social media accounts.

Each entry had to contain the hashtags #HPMY #HPDeskJet #HPLittleMakers and #ReinventLearning.

Apart from the challenges, participants also had fun with activities conducted by the team from Kuntum including a treasure hunt, mystery box challenge and quiz.

The HP Little Makers Family Edition Contest ends on Nov 23.

The “Best Family Photo” will win the RM10,000 grand prize. For information, go to www.hpmalaysia.com/littlemakers/ or HP Malaysia Facebook page

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