Robotics Exploration (RBEX)

PreK to Grade 1
Recommended Course Duration: 8 to 16 hours
*Internet access required

Introduce young children to the building and programming of robots. Students build models and then use an easy programming environment to bring them to life. This course emphasizes active, hands-on, and collaborative learning, while enhancing the students’ skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).


WeDo Robotics (RBWD)

Grade 1 to 3
Recommended Course Duration: 8 to 16 hours

Exciting introduction to robotics through building models and using a computer to program the models’ behavior. Students will build LEGO® models incorporating hubs, motors and sensors. Our models include dancing birds, smart spinner, drumming monkey, roaring lion, hungry alligator, goal keeper, airplane, sailboat etc. Students will learn about simple engineering concepts such as pulleys, belts, gears and levers, while having a blast.


Junior Robotics (RBJR)

Grade 1 to 3
Recommended Course Duration: 8 to 16 hours

Students work with programmable smart hubs, motors, sensors and various LEGO® bricks to build and program models such as helicopters, trucks, gorillas, frogs, dolphins, caterpillars and more. This course offers hands-on activities that ignite students’ curiosity while enhancing their skills in science, technology, engineering and coding.


FIRST LEGO League Jr® (FLLJ)

Grade 2 to 5
Recommended Course Duration: 8 to 16 hours

Explore real-world scientific challenges and introduce coding and robot building principles. Participants develop teamwork and collaboration skills and learn how STEM interacts with our world. Each team will culminate in a team presentation at a FLL Jr Expo to showcase their invention and what they have learned. This course will conclude after one Expo event. This course does not include administrative and financial responsibilities such as team registration, robot set purchase, facility to meet, transportation, etc.


Robotics Engineering NXT (RBNX)

Grade 3 to 9
Recommended Course Duration: 8 to 16 hours

Learning about robotics engages students’ natural curiosity and helps develop confidence. Their codes come to life in ways they can see, hear, touch and even chase across the room! As students build and program their robots to navigate obstacle courses or wrestle in a Sumo battle, they are learning about programming concepts such as flow charts, repeat loops, conditional loops, sensors, etc.


Robotics Engineering EV3 (RBEV)

Grade 3 to 9
Recommended Course Duration: 8 to 16 hours

This course offer hands-on, cross-curricular STEM solution that engages students by providing the resources to design, build and program their creations while helping them develop essential skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, and communication. Start with an all-terain robot with interchangeable tools, and then move on to a robot that slithers and strikes.