LEGO Robotics L1Ages 6 - 12
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LEGO® Robotics L1

S$595.00

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LEGO® Robotics Level 1

Expose kids to science, engineering and maths through an immersive and hands-on experience with Lego® Robotics. More than just assembling LEGO pieces! Kids will have the opportunity to brainstorm, build and experiment as they programme and bring their robots to life. In doing so they are introduced to graphical based programming software and learn important programming concepts such as sequential execution and decision making. 

Parent Highlight! - All parents are invited every Friday at 2.30pm to see what their kids designed and built during camp and understand more about the curriculum from our teachers.


Upcoming Dates:
March 12th to 16th - 9am to 3pm each day

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10% Early Bird Discount until Feb 12th 



6 to 8 Years Old

LEGO® WeDo 2.0 Robotics

Our Lego® Robotics camp is designed to encourage critical thinking and expose kids to various Science topics such as life, physical, earth, space sciences, as well as engineering. Throughout the camp week students learn how to build WeDo robot models. One of the many robot models is a frog so students learn at the same time about stages of an amphibian’s life cycle and different frog species across the world!

STEM Based Curriculum:

  • Assembly of various WeDo 2.0 robot models
  • Science topics including: life, physical, earth, space sciences, engineering


Programming Skills:

  • Graphical Based Programming using LEGO WeDo 2.0 App
  • Programming Flowchart
  • Problem definition and step-wise solution formulation

Class size: 12 children (1:12 staff to children ratio)



9 to 12 Years Old

LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 Robotics Level 1

Students progress through the week learning how to build an autonomous robot that can respond to its surroundings using various sensors.

Construction Skills:

  • Basic robot structural design
  • Gear ratios, speed and power control, and drive precision
  • Creating a bumper in front of robot
  • Mounting of sensors


Programming Skills:

  • Introduction to EV3 graphical based programming
  • Robot movement (by rotation sensor and timing control)
  • Accurate movement control
  • Decision making and code repetition
  • Using Ultrasonic Sensor to detect obstacles
  • Using Touch Sensor to control robot
  • Using Light Sensor to perform line tracing


Class size: 12 children (1:12 staff to children ratio)


 

Timetable Lego® WeDo 2.0 Robotics System - 6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30 - 09:00

Arrival

09:00 - 10:00

Introduction to Robotics and the LEGO® WeDo 2.0 System

MILO PROJECT
Enhance MILO's exploratory capabilities with a sense of sight

THE BIG RACE CAR PROJECT
Improve your race car's speed and be the quickest car on the race track

BEE POLLINATION PROJECT
Learn about how flowers attract bees to it, utilising it as a reproduction tool

THE EARTHQUAKE SIMULATOR
Shake! Shake! Tumble!

10:00 - 10:30

Snack Break

10:30 - 11:30


MILO PROJECT 
Build a basic discovery robot called MILO

 

MILO PROJECT
Programming a motion sensor

THE FROG'S LIFE CYCLE PROJECT
Learn about the various stages of a frog's life cycle

BEE POLLINATION PROJECT
Learn about the various species of flowers around the world

THE EARTHQUAKE SIMULATOR
Learn about what makes a stable foundation for buildings

11:30 - 12:30

MILO PROJECT
Enhance MILO's exploratory capabilities with a sense of touch

THE FROG'S LIFE CYCLE PROJECT
Learn how a frog moves in various stages of its life cycle

HELICOPTER RESCUE PROJECT
Help! We need to lift this heavy load!

THE EARTHQUAKE SIMULATOR
Create the tallest building that can withstand the strength of the strongest earthquake

12:30 - 13:00

Lunch Break

13:00 - 14:00

MILO PROJECT
Programme MILO and send it on exploration missions

MILO PROJECT
Programming a tilt sensor

THE FROG'S LIFE CYCLE PROJECT
Learn about the various species of frogs around the world

HELICOPTER RESCUE PROJECT
Learn about the mechanism that helicopters use to lift heavy loads off the ground

THE PULLING ROBOT PROJECT
Learn about how loads can be securely placed on pallets and safely transported from one location to another

14:00 - 15:00

MILO PROJECT
Exploring the various WeDo 2.0 building blocks

THE BIG RACE CAR PROJECT
Learn about the history and evolution of cars and build a race car

BEE POLLINATION PROJECT
Learn about how plants reproduce and how bees have a huge part to play in their reproduction process

HELICOPTER RESCUE PROJECT
Learn about the various loads that helicopters are capable of lifting

Parent Presentation

15:00

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Timetable Lego® Mindstorms EV3 Robotics System - 9 to 12 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30 - 09:00

Arrival

09:00 - 10:00

Introduction to LEGO® Mindstorms EV3

Engineering design process

Build sensor mounts on the robot

Build a 2-wheel line tracing robot

Mission based competition activity

10:00 - 10:30

Snack Break

10:30 - 11:30

Build a simple 2-wheel robot. Explore the EV3 view function and on-brick programming

Build a robot with front wheel attachments

Build a 2-wheel touch-me-not robot

Robot to use 1 light sensor to detect and follow a line

Mission based competition activity

11:30 - 12:30

Programming construct: If/Else

Program the robot to stop before hitting obstacles

Robot to use 2 light sensor to detect and follow a line

12:30 - 13:00

Lunch Break

13:00 - 14:00

Learn step-form flowcharting for programming

Program a robot with two state control (Forward/Backward)

Build a 2-wheel bumper car robot

Mission based competition activity

Fun assessment test on concepts covered

14:00 - 15:00

Programming basic robot movements in EV3

Sumo Robot Activity

Program the robot to use up to 3 touch sensors for remote control

Parent Presentation

15:00

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It's all in the price

Discovery Camps has one, all-inclusive price

$595 per child, per week

Here's what you get:

  1. Camp fees - Monday to Friday, 9am through to 3pm
  2. Early drop off - From 8.30am a choice of supervised activities until camp begins at 9am
  3. Food - Lunch, morning and afternoon snacks plus a wide range of dietary needs
  4. A Discovery Camps T-Shirt
  5. All your kids' supplies - whether art materials for English Explorers or a laptop for Code Academy
  6. Parent Showcase - You're invited every Friday
  7. Flexibility - you may change dates up to 10 days before the start of your camp subject to availability
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LEGO® Robotics L1

By: LEGO® Robotics

Age: 6 to 8

Dates: Mar 12 - 16

Location: United Square