Gone is the era when children hardly attained any technical skills until the time they entered high school. Techno Kids is a DIY aka do-it-yourself program that professes the kids with life hacks which makes their life easier. Incorporating numerous tricks and techniques that make the quotidian work effortless to execute, the show is a big hit among the kids. Launched with the idea of bestowing the kids of an age group of four to fourteen years with concepts of mechanical and engineering, it is equally novel and downright effective. Considering parents don’t like to see their kids watching a lot of TV, it is a kind of show which the parents will recommend their kids to watch so as to upgrade their knowledge and comprehend skills that can help them throughout their lifetime.
The program is segmented into four parts: first one being the section when the host cum dost aka DJ tutors the kids to make best out of waste stuff. This includes making wired remote control car out of card boards and wires, which are readily available in everyone’s house to creating a vacuum cleaner from a plastic soft drink bottle. The aim of the show is to teach the kids that nothing is ever a waste thing unless a person doesn’t know the right way of using that thing.
The second segment is of Life hacks i.e. the quick tricks and techniques to ease up the complex looking stuff. For instance, in the recent episodes, DJ taught the kids to make a medicine container from the cap of a plastic bottle and also a very undemanding method of peeling a hard boiled egg. The purpose of this segment is to make the kids spontaneous. We often find ourselves caught up in situations that warrant the use of our intellect. The life hacks proffered in the show not only are helpful but also easy enough to apprehend so that kids can remember them throughout their lifetime.
The third section is of life facts i.e. general knowledge. As we are told by teachers in schools that general awareness is one of the most requisite things for a person to be good at, Techno Kids wholeheartedly understands this statement. In every episode, children are told things from the past and the present which boosts their knowledge.
The fourth and final section is of ‘Innovation’. In this segment, DJ meets and greets innovators from across the globe that is doing groundbreaking stuff. Through this, children not only get to know the ingenious personalities but also take a glance at their innovations and the heights science has scaled to. The program airs every Sunday on Maha Cartoon TV, the first ever free-to-air Hindi Cartoon channel of India. Available on both the platforms i.e.