TymeMachine Is Excited To Host Codefest 2019

  • March 30th, 2019
  • Ladue News

Codefest 2019 will take place March 30th, 2019 from 9:00 AM to Noon at Location Ladue Horton Watkins High School

TymeMachine is a nonprofit organization that brings the latest technology to our children and involves them with hands on interdisciplinary STEM learning opportunities to grow their interest in careers that will be in high demand in the future. Read More

TymeMachine: Tyme for Technology

  • March 23, 2017
  • By Robyn Dexter
  • Ladue News

Suparba Panda wanted to help today’s kids build the future of tomorrow. She asked her 8-year-old son what sort of innovative technology he wanted to see in the future. His response? A time machine.

When Panda was looking for summer camps for her son, she wasn’t finding very many that centered on technology. Having introduced him to Scratch programming at 5 years old, Panda saw how easily he could learn the programming and navigate gadgets. And it wasn’t just her son – she saw other students at Ladue’s Conway Elementary who had the ability and interest to learn and create. Read More

TymeMachine brings Technology for STEM Development

  • April 13, 2017
  • St. Louis
  • Business Journal

TymeMachine is here to introduce advanced techniques early into the minds of the kids and lay the foundation of all latest and greatest technologies by focusing on STEM development.

Suparba Panda, the founder of TymeMachine introduced her son to Scratch Programming at the age of 5.With little guidance he was able to construct the block programming with ease. It's just not her son, she sees all other kids, who are equally talented and have the ability to create wonders. Read More

Real-life teachers get personal about their passion for education and how their students fuel their motivation.

  • May 4, 2017
  • By Hope Daniels
  • Reader's Digest

"I saw the enthusiasm in the kids. Their non-stop questions and curiosity to explore ahead of my instruction is inspiring. Their smart little brains can do wonders. We want to make every kid a maker and innovator of technology, not just a user. We want to focus on the foundations of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Initiative to equip the kids with improved problem solving skills and critical thinking ability." Read More