There’s no better way to keep your elementary or middle school-aged learner stimulated, motivated and inspired after school than with our Robotics for Kids courses in Colorado. Your aspiring engineer will have an amazing time tinkering with kid-friendly technology to construct a variety of LEGO® robots. First timer? Not a problem. No experience is necessary, and our teachers are happy to adjust to your child’s ability. All your child has to bring is his or her creativity and imagination!
There's No Better Time to Learn STEM Skills!
With careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) steadily increasing, now is the right time to equip your son or daughter with critical 21st century competencies. And our Robotics for Kids Course in Colorado are designed to provide exactly that: your child will acquire important competencies in key areas including programming and problem solving as he or she navigates interactive software and learns how to build and animate fun LEGO® robots with friends. After school learning doesn’t get much cooler than this!▼
Here's What Makes Our Programs Great
With only up to 12 students per class, our Robotics for Kids courses in Colorado deliver a successful combination of collaborative and self-guided learning in an intimate, personal setting. This means your son or daughter will benefit from personal attention while at the same time fostering new friendships with like-minded peers. Your child will work with a partner to build a new robot each week, using LEGO® bricks to construct their creations and computer programming software to bring the bots to life. After each session wraps up, your child will fill out a project summary worksheet in order to bolster the STEM concepts learned that week — and to share his or her wonderful achievements with you!
Our innovative courses feature:
- Fun, interactive software that helps kids develop important programming skills — and that brings their robots to life!
- STEM-focused projects that are exciting, engaging and help your child develop 21st century skills
- Regular communication with parents, including weekly recaps, photos and a sneak peek of upcoming projects
- A supportive, small-group setting where imagination, creativity and confidence soar to new heights!