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LEGO Robotics Course at Stemotics (Up to 41% Off). Two Options Available

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Highlights

Kids can develop their creativity and get inspired to explore the world of robotics as they try to build robotic arms or race cars

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heather
2 ratings2 reviews
August 16, 2020
HIGHLY RECOMMEND! My six-yr old had a fantastic first time at Lego WeDo and is excited to return. The staff were very attentive to each of the children and the time spent there is very flexible so as to meet the aptitude is each child, ensuing they have a variety of experiences that suit their strengths. Varied enough to go again and again. Great place
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Robin
1 ratings1 reviews
January 5, 2020
The program at Cambridge stemotics is amazing! The staff are exceptional at teaching and working with kids. My 6 year old sat for two hours happy to work away on building and coding. My 9 year old is back again for a second time and learning so much. This program and staff are amazing! I highly recommend Cambridge stemotics.
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Faiza
1 ratings1 reviews
December 15, 2019
It was good,my kids love it.Its really good activity for kids in winter specially.Staff is really good there too
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Allison
1 ratings1 reviews
October 22, 2019
Stemotics is an awesome place for kids of all ages to learn, explore, and gain confidence in their abilities and ideas. Our 7 year old son loves to create! With the guidance (and patience!) of Aasfar and Daniel our son has been able to put motion to his ideas. He comes home from session so excited about what he was able to do all in his own!
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Michelle
2 ratings2 reviews
October 6, 2019
The staff are really awesome, and patient. Most importantly my son LOVES STEMOTICS
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Amber
2 ratings1 reviews
August 25, 2019
It was great my 5 year old enjoyed it and didn’t want to leave. Who knew 5 year old could code. Now he wants that LEGO set at home, I’m like we would need the whole computer system too buddy 😂.
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Sandi
3 ratings2 reviews
June 17, 2019
Kids really enjoyed the program. Thank you!
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Sandra
6 ratings3 reviews
June 12, 2019
I had grandsons (age 8, 9, 12) visit for the weekend and they were really excited to be able to learn to program robots. They would love to go back again on the next visit.
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What You'll Get

Choice of:

  • Two-Hour LEGO WeDo Robotics Course for Ages 5–8
    Schedule: Saturday, Sunday
  • Two-Hour LEGO MindStorms EV3 Robotics Course for Ages 9–14
    Schedule: Saturday, Sunday

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Registration required. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 180 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About STEMotics

Although STEMotics is an robotics organization, it doesn't have a complicated, jargon-y mission statement. Instead, its goal is simple: help children explore their potential and develop life skills. By building and programming machines, boys and girls sharpen their mathematical and creative thinking; refine their motor skills; and get a positive, confidence-boosting sense of accomplishment.

Along the way, they learn about STEM-related fields in small class groups (no more than 10 kids) from instructors who have experience in both robotics and working with children. Programs include afterschool and weekend courses, school-break camps, and special competitive teamwork.

  • For ages 5–8: They can build and program both whimsical and functional robots with building-bricks kits, including one that teaches them about renewable energy. Another option is creating animations and games with the MIT-developed Scratch programming language.
  • For ages 9–14: More advanced kits with building bricks allow kids to build robots with sophisticated technical elements. They can work on digital modeling to create 3D-printed objects, or build circuit boards and miniature computers with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and other products.