Physical event KLESF 2022 @ UTAR Sungai Long Campus

Activity card

Join the activities and collect 4 stamps to redeem your gift !


List of Exhibitors

  1. iTrainKids
  2. Kids Station
  3. WSSA Stacking Centre
  4. Ai Tech Kid
  5. Marlette’s
  6. UTAR CFS-SL: Biology Team
  7. UTAR CFS-SL: Chemistry Team
  8. UTAR CFS-SL: Physics Team
  9. UTAR CFS-SL: Mathematic Team

STEM Workshops

An Introduction to Resin Bookmark Making workshop
Date: 9 December 2022
Venue: UTAR Sungai Long Campus, KA Block, KAG01 Lecture Theatre 

⇒Session 1: 11.30am – 12.00pm

⇒Session 2: 1.00pm – 1.30pm

⇒Session 3: 2.30pm – 3.00pm

*Maximum of 20 participants per session. Pre-registration is required.

Register 1 session only*

STEM Cube Workshop
Date: 9 December 2022
Venue: UTAR Sungai Long Campus, KA Block, South lobby

⇒Session 1: 11.00am – 12.00pm

⇒Session 2: 2.00pm – 3.00pm

*Walk-in to join


Hands-on Activities

Wonder of Taxonomy: ‘Making Recycled Paper’

This hands-on activity aims to instil the participants the concept of recycling and to learn the traditional way of paper making techniques.

In this hands-on activity, we will demonstrate paper making technique using used papers/ newspapers. It will take 5 minutes for the participants to complete this activity.

making a recycled paper

Paper Circuit

Participants can hands on to make their own Paper Circuit with guidance.

The paper circuit is consists of a card, copper foil tape, LED, and battery.

Get the Fun in Chemistry Study

The periodic table has been around for almost 140 years and has survived many revolutionary discoveries including that of subatomic structure and the development of quantum mechanics and relativity.

Now, the Periodic Table is useful for modern students and scientists because it helps predict the types of chemical reactions that a particular element is likely to participate in. Rather than memorizing facts and figures for each element, students and scientists need only glance at the table to learn much about the reactivity of an element, whether it is likely to conduct electricity, whether it is hard or soft, and many other characteristics.

A Game of the Elements has been invented, players collect sets of elements and advance their research by moving through the periodic table. Players use energy to activate periodic trends and move in the corresponding directions. The conservation of energy forces players to spend carefully and play efficiently. The game ends when someone completes the research track or when a stack of goal cards is depleted.

Maths Puzzle Mania

3 different puzzles:

  • Hashi puzzle
  • Binox puzzle
  • Number 24