Coding with Robotics
using LEGO® WeDo® and MINDSTORMS® EV3

At BRICKS 4 KIDZ, we offer two Coding with Robotics Programs – Junior Robotics with LEGO® WeDo® and LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics.  These programs are offered in the School Holidays at our Crows Nest and Gordon Centres!

LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 Robotics (ages 9+)

At our MINDSTORMS® Robotics School Holiday Programs at our Crows Nest Centre and at our Gordon Centre, kids will learn principles of robotics and programming using the popular LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 System!

Kids will learn how to design and program a robot and use motors, sensors, and attachments to make their robot perform specific tasks.

Junior Robotics with LEGO® WeDo® (ages 7–9)

In our Junior Robotics Program students will learn how to write programs using LEGO® WeDo® software to control and operate the unique BRICKS 4 KIDZ® models that they build!

WeDo® software is a drag-and-drop icon-based software that provides an intuitive and easy-to-use programming environment suitable for beginners and experienced users alike.

Junior Robotics is geared to students 7 – 9 years of age. They will be working with laptops and WeDo® software that bridges the physical world, represented by our in-house models designed by our own animatronic engineers, and the virtual world of computers. Students will learn how sensors operate to control their model.

This program provides a hands-on learning experience that promotes children’s creative thinking, teamwork, and problem-solving skills, which are essential in the 21st century workplace. Junior Robotics is the perfect precursor to our LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robotics Program.

Explore our Junior Robotics opportunities for your child in our After School and School Holiday programs!

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