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For kids 8 to 13 years

About the class

Our Robotics Class, tailored for ages 8 to 13, offers hands-on exploration of basic engineering concepts and programming skills. From constructing simple robots to engaging in creative problem-solving challenges, participants will embark on a journey that combines technology, teamwork, and fun.

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Hands-On Learning Experience

Including robot building and programming

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Critical Thinking Development

Helps students tackle creative challenges

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Future-Ready Skills

So your child has foundation for STEM based careers

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Innovative and Fun Environment

Aids creativity and technological exploration!

Tailored approach to each student

Our courses not only provide a unique opportunity to learn the basics of engineering and programming, but also inspire students to think creatively about solving complex problems. We create an environment where every student can unlock their potential by working in teams with like-minded people and applying the most advanced technologies. Together we explore new horizons of innovation and turn our ideas into reality, taking a step forward to a future we create ourselves

Step 1:

Schedule an assessment to evaluate student's level and build a curriculum

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Free Assessment
Step 2:

Start learning and get progress reports with monthly milstones

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Monthly plan

Class details


14-18 years old

1-3 hours per week


30-45 minutes

  • Introduction to Basics: Learn the fundamentals of robotics, including components, sensors, and basic programming.

  • Hands-On Robot Construction: Engage in practical sessions to assemble and customize robots using building kits.

  • Programming Exploration: Introduction to coding for robotics, creating simple programs to control robot movements.

  • Creative Problem-Solving Challenges: Apply knowledge and skills in team-based challenges, fostering critical thinking and innovation.

Schedule Assessment

Submit a form to receive a call-back and schedule assessment

Young boy assembles a robot
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