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Problem-solving techniques are the most effective way to teach children how to think and solve problems.

Solving their life problems helps them think and understand more clearly. In dealing with problems, children learn how to navigate life. As they gain perspectives, they can learn sympathy for others, gain an understanding of how the world functions, and learn how to work together with others.

Give your child the opportunity to learn how to solve a simple problem by creating stories.


The D.R.A.W framework is a tool that empowers children to think more creatively, learn more deeply and solve problems on their own. It can be used in various subject areas such as art, design thinking, and problem-solving.

In this programme, each story has one set, so your child can continue with more stories. Each child will learn about storyboarding and how to present his or her own story through interaction with the teacher.

By the third time, they are able to proficiently craft their stories and complement their composition skills tremendously by doing this.



Your child will learn how to plan and write a short story using a template to guide them. With the template, they will be able to know what they want to draw.


Your child will create illustrations using simple shapes to compose a drawing.


Through the above practice, your child will be able to apply “problem-solving” techniques by using the simplified design thinking framework.


The goal of every parent is to instill in their children the ability to think for themselves. Our goal at Supa.mindo is to teach young children how to think from a young age.

Every child is a thinker, and with our programme, we want to lead them to think, generate ideas, and inspire them to express themselves.

By imparting our knowledge and skills to the next generation, we hope to ensure a bright future for them.


To help your child become independent thinkers.

Develop a child’s perseverance and artistic perspective through project completion.

Use mind maps to help your children plan and structure their stories.


Joseph Lim

I am Joseph Lim, an arts educator and a parent. One of my students recently completed our enrichment programme and has since gained the confidence to showcase her artwork to her parents and friends. However, this was not always the case. At the beginning of the programme, she was a shy student who would often cover her drawings during lessons and lacked confidence in presenting her work.

In our programme, we teach the five components of design thinking, with the final component being presentation. It is important not to label a child as shy, as with the right education and support, they can develop strong presentation skills. The impact of the programme was evident when she stopped covering her drawings and began presenting her work with confidence.

My enrichment program is geared towards 7 to 11-year-old children, empowering them to become independent thinkers capable of making sound decisions, solving problems effectively, and presenting their ideas confidently. Teaching children how to think and come up with innovative ideas is crucial. They will learn how to ask questions and use creative methods to generate ideas, suggestions, and solutions for various situations.

Through Design Thinking, children not only learn problem-solving skills but also develop empathy for others.

Casey Chen

b. 1971, Casey Chen, a multidisciplinary artist who breathes, lives, and eat all things aesthetic. He creates happy pieces with a story to tell, betting on novelty and fresh ideas. Having graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Design, Casey has been in the design and art field for over two decades. He is experienced and versatile with various aspects of design.

He is actively involved in Singapore and international art and design scenes in a number of different areas – brand, furniture, jewellery, product design, sculpture, and authorship of three books. His commissioned National sculpture of “Total Defence Day – 2010” is now a permanent collection with the School of the ARTS, Singapore (SOTA). He was invited as a Key Speaker to speak at SPARK – an annual International Design Conference 2017 with Bangkok University.

When it comes to problem-solving, I have seen many mistakes that children can avoid. Therefore, I am thinking of creating a programme that will help parents like you teach your child problem-solving skills. Would you be interested in this? Sign up for the trial class below if you are interested.


I am a Supa.Thinker with D.R.A.W Framework

By writing their own stories, children will learn how to generate as many ideas as possible for solving the problem. 
The programme is divided into three categories (fundamental, intermediate, and advanced) with four different modules. The story in each module will be different.

D.R.A.W Framework

D – Discover: How to draw almost everything using simple shapes

R – Re-imagine: Putting the project together using mind mapping
A – Apply: Design Thinking Framework
W – Write: Short story writing using a structure template

Your child will be able:

-To create illustrations using simple shapes to compose a drawing.

-To write a short story using a template to guide them. With the template, they will be able to know what they want to draw.

-Through the above practice, your child will be able to apply “problem-solving” techniques by using the simplified design thinking framework.


Prefer your child to learn at his or her own pace, you can join our pre-recorded online enrichment course. 


Duration and Time

2pm – 330pm

10am – 1130am
1pm -230pm

1.5 hour – $50 / lesson

Minimum ratio: 1:5 students per lesson

Maximum ratio: 1:10 students per lesson

Terms and Conditions

– Payments are to be made on every first lesson via Cash or PayNow.

– No programme during Public Holiday.

– There is NO REFUND POLICY. However lessons are transferable to a new member/friend within the 3 months validity period.


Hougang Street 21, #02-217 Blk 208, Singapore 530208
(Above McDonald’s)

Nearest MRT Station: Kovan

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