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EFK : Junior Robotics – Adventure Stories (Ages: 4 – 6 years old)
March 24 @ 12:00 pm - April 28 @ 5:30 pmFree – RM440
With a growing economy that has a higher demand for STEM fields, it’s important that the next generation learns how they can make a difference in their world. That’s why Engineering For Kids offers a variety of classes and workshops that kids of all ages can enjoy.
Robotics camps and classes give students the opportunity to dive deep into the world of robotics and explore how computer programming and robot design can solve problems big and small!
Design and produce your own projects too – guaranteed to produce many giggles and grins!
We are now offer FREE TRIAL CLASSES ON EVERY FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH!
Opt for one session (RM70), 4 sessions (RM250), or 8 sessions (RM440).
JUNIOR ROBOTICS – ADVENTURES STORIES (4-6 YEARS OLD)
This class is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using LEGO® WeDo™ Robots. Using LEGO® bricks, students build an airplane rescue, a giant escape, and a sailboat storm. They also learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop.
|1||Airplane Rescue||Students will build an airplane that is able to control the speed of the rotor based on the angle of the plane. Students will understand the use of sensors and how to program using the software|
|2||Giant Escape||Students explore deeper into the use of gears when they construct their robot. Programming of the includes the use of motor rotation and sounds.|
|3||Sailboat Storm||With the use of gears and a crank system, students build a rocking boat in the storm. Students can program and control the speed and angle at which the boat rocks at.|
|4||Alligator||Students build and program the alligator to close it’s mouth when it senses an object inside it’s mouth. Students learn and understand the use of a distance sensor.|
|5||Flying Bird||Students learn how robots use sensors to relate to the world around them in this fun flappy flying bird activity.|
|6||Dancing Ducks||Students build dancing ducks and watch them dance around. Using pulleys and simple programming, the ducks can dance and make some birdy sounds.|
|7||Drumming Monkey||By understanding the use of cranks in machines, students create a robotic drumming monkey. Students tinker with the tempo of the beats.|
|8||Smart Spinner||Understand the concept of gears to spin a top. Students program the sensors to make the motor spin based on the height of the spinner|