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Holiday Workshops

Let Your Kids Experience What It Is Like To Be A Young Scientist and Engineer in 3 Hours!

15% off for our LEGO November December Holiday Workshops for 2018.

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“Liam is always looking forward to attend the class every week. He enjoys in every projects. The teachers are supportive and encouraging. It is good to learn that he has been trying to communicate. Although he may not fully understand physics, it is still a good exposure and a great head start for him.”

– Celeste Lim (Mummy of Liam Chng, 8 YO)


Super Hero Workshop: Recommended for Age 6-8

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Kids will be using our Young Engineers exclusive LEGO kits for this workshop

(Disclaimer: Not to be brought home)

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • 15% early bird discount at $136 (register before 18 Nov 2018). Original course fee was $160.
  • Contents: Camp entirely dedicated to the children’s favorite superheroes. Sessions, production and construction will take place around famous superheroes and different types of powers.
  • Lesson Topics could cover: Converting circular motion to linear motion. Energy, elastic energy, potential energy and kinetic energy. Using pulley to alleviate weight while pulling a load, contact area. The concept of “Torque” etc.
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Below are some possible models to be build during the workshops.

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Robobrick Workshop: Recommended for Age 9-13

Kids will be using our Young Engineers exclusive LEGO kits & Tablets for this workshop.

(Disclaimer: Not to be brought home)

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • 15% early bird discount at $153 (register before 18 Nov 2018). Original course fee was $180.
  • Contents: The Robo Bricks course objective is to introduce the students to theoretical and practical aspects of the fields of Technology, Software Engineering, Math and Entrepreneurship.The course develops algorithmic thinking and program implementation, using the LEGO® WeDo graphic programming. Students will build a robot using LEGO® parts and program it according to the required functionality. Most programming tasks will be performed using English terms.
  • Lesson Topics could cover: Sound command, display command, calibrate the engine, Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum, function of distance sensor and tilt sensor etc.
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Below are some possible models to be build during the workshops.

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