This ex IITan is making toys from scrap materials since ages
Kids tend to break toys to understand the philosophy behind the function of each and every toy they use. Well it seems like this guy knows it why they do it, He says it’s not important to cover syllabuses in schools; it’s about uncovering the young mind.
He is Arvind Gupta, a B.Tech from IIT Kanpur who teaches kids how to make toys from everyday scrap materials and through that science too.
Despite all the resistances he has been creating low cost learning toys for 30 years and has reached to over 2500 schools, his YouTube channel has received over 40 million views. The Makers of Things recently featured it on their platform.
Hello parents! Would you now let your kids to break toys and fix it on their own? Or may be a different toy from the broken one?
You decide who would you want to make your child? A Phunsuk Wangdu or a Chatur Ramalingam of 3 idiots?
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