Give Your Kids A Headstart In The World Of Robotic with Young Engineers RoboBrick Program.

Reserve a  Demo Class Slot at $45 only for Your Kid To Experience Our Program for Themselves!

Why learning coding is important for your kid

1) Coding is another language.  

Language teaches children how to communicate and teaches logical thinking. Language also strengthens both verbal and written skills.  Children should be exposed to different languages at an early age. It helps them to understand the world around them better. Coding has a language all its own.  Every letter in the Alphabet has a special formula of 0’s and 1’s that represent it. These 0’s and 1’s give the technology around us directions on how to perform.  What better way for our children to understand why and how the technology around them operates than by learning to code and speaking to the technology around them.


2) Coding fosters creativity.  

By experimenting, children learn and strengthen their brains. Even when they make a mistake they learn. Children can be creative and creativity is encouraged. Creativity is part of the process and not always the product.


3) Coding helps children with Math skills. 

Coding helps children to be able to  visualize abstract concepts, lets them apply math to real-world situations, and makes math fun and creative.  Coding is present in many of today’s STEM programs.


4) Coding improves writing academic performance.  

Children who learn to code understand how to plan and organize thoughts.  This can lead to better writing skills that can be built upon as coding skills develop over time.


5) Coding helps children become confident problem solvers.  

As they learn to code and give direction they learn that there is no one way to do something and that even if their way didn’t work.  They can improve upon what they have already done without worrying about failing. Coding is a basic literacy in the digital age, and it is important for kids to understand and be able to work with and understand the technology around them.


Location: 1187, Upper Serangoon Road, #02-34, The Midtown, Singapore 533971

Demo Class Schedule: 

Start Date Day Time Age Group Program
On-going Saturday 11am-12.15pm Age 6-11 Brick Challenge
On-going Saturday 2.45pm-4.00pm Age 6-11 Brick Challenge
On-going Sunday 11.30am -12.45pm Age 6-11 Brick Challenge
On-going Saturday 9.15am-10.45am Age 8-12 Robobricks
On-going Sunday 9.30am-11am Age 8-12 Robobricks
On-going Saturday 1.00pm-2.30pm Age 8-12 Galileo Technic


Duration: 90 min

Demo Class Cost: $45 (Value at $90)

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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 coding. During each lesson, 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.

This enrichment program objective is achieved when the students design a software and mechanical engineering project, study its market and use rhetorical methods to make a successful presentation to investors.

Suitable for: Age 8-12

or graduates of Young Engineers Brick Challenge Program

Average lesson duration: 90 minutes

Young Engineers Robo Bricks Enrichment Program


Robo Bricks Main Topics


  • Utilizing Young Engineers Spiral Method: the introduction to the world of robotics will be based on implementing all the mechanical engineering knowledge acquired in previous programs.
  • Software and Mechanical Engineering principles: Algorithm planning, formulation of pseudocode, flow charts, We-Do Programming, different output implementations, different input implementations, loops, multi-threads, keyboard operations, sensor implementations, calculation commands.
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Market study, product page, how Google works, Microsoft Power Point, rhetorical methods.

Program Objectives


  • Develop algorithmic thinking.
  • Learn English software engineering terminology.
  • Develop procedural thinking.
  • Develop self-confidence and a sense of self-efficacy.
  • Submit a final project.
  • Develop presentation skills and nurture rhetorical capabilities.
  • Develop the following 21st century skills: [/starlist][checklist]
  • Working in teams efficiently.
  • Computer orientation.
  • Acquiring information system and media literacy.
  • Develop High Order thinking skills with an emphasis on critical and creative thinking.




  • Gadgets and games.
  • Modern Robots to execute different tasks.