Parika Ghotikar, Parent of Stop Motion Animation Expedition participant
Avika really enjoyed the workshop. She has even tried making a few videos at home. She was very excited to show us the video they made during the workshop. I am sure she would definitely love to attend more such workshops.
Mallika Iyer, Parent of Robotics Expedition participant
Karthik couldn’t stop taking about it. Explained each detail to us with great excitement. Thanks Megha. Looking forward to more.
Nirali Shah, Parent of Stop Motion Animation Expedition participant
Hridhaan was super happy post the Stop Motion animation workshop and is looking forward for more surely!! He liked what he learnt through the workshop so much that he told his other friends who haven’t attended the workshop absolutely about it and they also got inquisitive! Looking forward to more 😊
Ujwal Tickoo, Parent of Robotics Expedition participants
I saw Arjun and Nitya look up their robotics books on their own. I had bought [the books] last year and they hadn’t touched. Both enjoyed the program.
Mahalakshmi Ramanathan, Parent of Robotics Expedition participant
Siddharth loved the sessions and is asking for more. Keep up the good work Megha and Ankita. Thank you for lighting the spark – look forward to other expeditions in the future.
Kamal Priyadarshi, Parent of Robotics Expedition participant
Thanks Megha and Ankita! Parth loved the sessions. These sessions was a kind of induction for him to the world of robotics. Will look forward for more such long durations structured programs. 👍
Priyanka Jain, Parent of Toy Design Expedition participant
Megha and Divya – can’t thank you enough for the beautiful learning week Paarth spent with you guys, it was his best class experience ever!😊 He is really looking forward to getting more of his Sailboat passport pages stamped (by you both) as soon as possible!!😊
Reema Dave Benoy, Parent of Toy Design Expedition participant
Vivaan was always immersed in cricket & Pokemon. He never showed any inclination to any other thing. To our surprise, he voluntarily picked a jigsaw puzzle 2 days back. Am sure Toy Design has opened a door for him to explore various games involving inquisitiveness and mind. Thank you very much. You guys have a flair to do what me & my hubby couldn’t. Great job girls 👍
Tvisha Shetty, 11 years old, Animation with Code Expedition participant
Sailboat team is very nice and helpful. They explain a concept thoroughly and make us understand everything. They are very cheerful and made animation quite interesting. They give personal attention to every child and helped us when something went wrong. They were also very fun to talk to. As per me, this camp was very good. 5 star rating.
Sowjanya Chikkote, Parent of Animation with Code Expedition participant
Super impressed with your way of teaching and making the programming experience fun and interesting for kids. Thanks to the entire team for making our kids develop interest in animation. I was so impressed when my son could explain algorithms and events, and with the ease in which he developed the entire project of an animation. I loved and felt proud when he said, “Mamma you don’t know, it’s very easy.” to a 19+yrs experienced programmer!
Dipti Datye, Parent of Animation with Code Expedition participant
My son absolutely enjoyed, rather he was upset as the workshop has come to an end! Hope you will engage the kids in similar interesting workshops in future also.
Rushmi Shetty, Parent of Animation with Code Expedition participant
Thanks a lot to the entire team. Shlok had a wonderful experience and is looking forward for more such workshops wherein he can explore and learn more new things.
Swati Gupta, Parent of Stop Motion Animation Expedition participant
Nandini’s joy of learning, sense of achievement and amazement at her own capabilities is so visible. This is fantastic. It’s literally making dream into a reality. Plus a big learning on team work.
Yogini Thakkar, Parent of Stop Motion Animation Expedition participant
I must say that the kids were so engrossed all the time. I saw what kids had done and I was in awe. It’s amazing! Thanks to the Sailboat team for their patience.
Molina Gurjar, Parent of Animation with Code Expedition participant
It’s a very good course. I would definitely recommend to all those whose kids are in that age group. It gives a totally different perspective to kids about animation. What I also liked was their teaching methodology – it was more of doing. Kids had lots of fun.
Anshul Bhambri, Parent of Animation with Code Expedition participants
My kids enjoyed and loved the class! They created their own little animated story. Fun way of learning!
Pranav Jha, 11 years old, Android App Design Expedition participant
When I first came to the class, I thought it would be extremely studious and strict. But our teachers were just like friends. They let us open ourselves and express every single thought in a friendly way. This class exposed me to a completely new world of computers and new wonders of the modern marvel. I just loved this class. There was only one problem – it was too short!
Garima Gupta, Parent of Toy Design Expedition participant
This was a one of a kind experience for the kids. My daughter enjoyed the workshop thoroughly and definitely has some new ideas and enthusiasm for making her own toys now.
Anirudha Karnataki, Parent of Toy Design Expedition participant
This course was a very novel concept. It was good to see children getting exposed to a different training, unconventional way of learning. I am sure that this would have seeded some creative thoughts in our children and would open their mind to new possibilities.
Anuja Vashist, Parent of Toy Design Expedition participant
From the time Rishabh & I discussed with the Sailboat team, I realised that it was one of its kind workshop. It made Rishabh think, curious, excited, exercise his mind – all the things, I as parent would want my child to feel & do while learning something new. I hope it has left him with a better understanding on how to approach an idea, think it through and the options to explore.