BALL COLLECTOR ROBOGAME  (AGES 9-12)
Your mission is to  build a robot that can collect as many balls as possible to win the robogame. To prepare for the game you need to learn how to build and program your robot. You need to make it follow a line using sensors, and use your skills and creativity to design robotic attachments needed to win the game all in a fun and sports like atmosphere.
What will the campers do: Build a Lego Mindstorm ® robot, Use sensors, Learn Coding, Design Robotic Attachments.Play the Game!
Platform: Lego Mindstorms ® robotics
No previous robotics knowledge required
Learning Targets: STEM, Iterative Design Process, Linear proportionality, Greater Than/Less than Technological systems, Coding.
Skills learned: Creativity, Problem solving, Critical Thinking, Teamwork


ROBOTICS JUNIOR 2   (AGES 7-10)

In this higher level camp students build and program exciting bigger and more complex models that involve problem solving and more science, technology, and engineering concepts. Each day they will build and program one model and they will build their own robotics inventions using the concepts they have learned and their own creativity!​
What will the campers do: Build and code different robotic models such as machines, amusement park mechanisms, bird, house, cars and more.                                            

Platform: Lego ® Programmable Robotics                                                                  

No previous robotics knowledge required                                               

Learning targets: STEM

Skills learned: Creativity, Problem solving, Critical Thinking, Teamwork                       


SPACE INHABITER   (AGES 9-12)
This camp will take you on an exciting robotic space adventure. You will build and program a multifunctional space robot that is able to perform smart robotic tasks using sensors. You will also use your creativity and design skills to build attachments to the robot to execute several missions in a fun and sports like atmosphere.
What will the campers do: Build a Lego ® Mindstorm ® robot, Use sensors, Learn Coding, Design Robotic Extensions, Execute Missions!                    Platform: Lego ® Mindstorms ®                                                             

No previous robotics knowledge required

Learning targets: STEM, Iterative Design Process, Linear proportionality, Greater Than/Less than Technological systems, Coding.

Skills learned: Creativity, Problem solving, Critical Thinking, Teamwork, Persistence, Time Management.


THE GREAT ROBOT RESCUE   (AGES 7-10)
A disaster has struck the city of Woodville! Rapid aid is needed. However, some of the rescue missions might be of great risk to humans. Your team must build a rescue robot to be sent immediately to execute those missions. As a scientist and engineer you need to use your knowledge, your skills, and your creativity to build this robot that will deliver aid to the city and save lives!

​The campers will also do crazy Sumobattles games during the camp/class.

What will the campers do: This is an extreme fun camp for kids.Students will start by building one programmable robot to learn the basics and then move to remote controlled robotics. They Build their basic robot, build attachments to the robot to execute the missions such as a sweeper, a scooper, and a gripper arm. They use motors, batteries, remote controls, gears, and building parts and learn how to increase and decrease speed by gearing up and down.

Platform: Lego ® Remote controlled Robotics                                                               

No previous robotics knowledge required                                              

Learning targets: STEM        

Skills learned: Creativity, Problem solving, Critical Thinking, Teamwork​


ROBOTICS JUNIOR 1  (AGES 5-9)

This is the popular Lego ® WeDo ® robotics but with a twist. It is a FUN and EASY introductory robotics camp for ages 5-9. Students will build 1-2 robotic models through which they explore the mechanical use of motors, gears, pulleys, axles and much more. They learn how to program their little robots so as to make them move, feel, and make sounds! They also work on adding some creativity to their models using crafts and other fun stuff!
What will the campers do: Build and code different robotic models such as animals, machines, and mechanisms.                                            

Platform: Lego ® Programmable Robotics                                                                  

No previous robotics knowledge required                                               

Learning targets: STEM              

Skills learned: Creativity, Problem solving, Critical Thinking, Teamwork