LEGO AND ROBOTICS

LEGO AND ROBOTICS

Through the bond children have with their parents, this course will introduce them to early math, early language, social development, and understanding the world. A special curriculum using LEGO® Duplo blocks and soft bricks to teach your toddler numbers, colors, sorting, counting, phonetics awareness, and much more.

This course will use themed sets to help children explore engineering, language arts, mathematics science, and social studies while building and reinforcing the most fundamental learning skills of the 21st century: collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. The activities will introduce them to the concept of measurement, speed, balance. They will be encouraged to describe the outcome of their investigations using the concept of simple machines relating to gear, lever, wheels, axle and pulley.

WeDo® course uses fun hands-on robotics projects to build science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills. Your child will learn how to build and program robots with LEGO® Bricks using sensors, motors, and LEGO® playful WeDo® software. Students start learning the basics mechanical principle behind the six classes of a simple machine and then increase their understanding by adding working motors, sensors and develop computer programs to make their model move.

This robotics class allows students to discover STEM skills in a fun, engaging, and hands-on way. Students will build, program, and control robots while tackling real-life issues such as energy conservation and climate change. Boys enroll in this course are taught the value of teamwork and cooperation while being exposed to science and engineering in a fun and supportive way