When my son was 3 he declared that he wants to be "a builder". A builder in his mind was a person who can create anything, regardless of the shape complexity. I would translate that to an engineer, architect, handyman, plumber, carpenter....
At that age anything is possible
Now that he is 6, he has not changed his mind. I am wondering if this is a good time to introduce him to SOLIDWORKS, with the ultimate goal for him to model his own toys and then print them. He can read and is good at math.
Would be great if SOLIDWORKS would become more appealing than YouTube.
Does anyone has already gone through this exercise? Have you gotten your kids interested in SOLIDWORKS? How did you started?
I learned that Lucas just became a CSWE at 15. Lucas becomes a Certified SOLIDWORKS Expert (CSWE) at the age of 15!
Maybe my son would get this certification at 10...