We all want to create the innovators of tomorrow, today. That's why project-based learning, personalised learning, whole-child learning, STEM, STEAM and maker camps are becoming so popular — they all aspire to teach key skills and competencies, stimulate creativity, foster teamwork and enable kids to reimagine the world and design meaningful solutions.
Yet we have a problem — great projects require a lot of effort. Creating a quality project takes a lot of time and resources. You need to find an interesting topic, look for information and come up with a range of activities. You also need a proven method to really make it work and a way to combine all of this into a meaningful learning experience. And that's not all — you need many projects to really make a difference.
This is why at Red Paper Plane we use design thinking to create missions — ready-made, quality projects based on interesting professions with all the necessary tools, techniques, activities and learning materials you need.
Seven amazing challenges.
Each mission is a 5-day design sprint based on a profession or human activity.
Buildings in New York
On a Mission to the Solar System
Helpful Weather Forecast
Our Arctic Expedition
Wildlife in the Arctic Region
On a Trip to Greenland
Mission: Car Designer
The Family Car of the Future
Our design champions in action.—
See how children and teachers experience the program in real life.(tap a photo to enlarge and view the description)