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EV3 Lego Robotics
Design, construct and program interactive,
autonomous robots using EV3 LEGO®
motors, sensors, microprocessors, and
MindStorms® software.
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Coding | Game Design
Children will create their own
engaging and interactive video
games using Scratch, a software
developed by MIT Media Lab.
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LEGO® PRE-ROBOTICS
Share an hour with your preschooler constructing
and creating with LEGO®
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LEGO® WeDo Robotics
Students are introduced to robotics by building and
programming LEGO® projects, using sensors, motors
and LEGO®'s playful WeDo software.
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Our Mission

We ignite kids’ desire to explore, solve
problems and learn. We invent, build
and have fun with cool technologies.

Vacation Days

Send your children to RoboFun when public schools are out!
To register, please click on the grade level and technology that you are interested in. For full day programs, you can register through either LEGO Robotics or Game Design, since both are taught each day.
Spring 2016 Vacation Days
Spring Break – March 21st – 25th
Spring Break – March 28th – April 1st
Spring Break – April 25th – 29th

The schedule of our vacation days is as follows:
9am-12pm: LEGO® Robotics**
Students design, construct, and program interactive, autonomous robots using LEGO® parts, motors, sensors, and LEGO® software.
12-1pm: Lunch and Recess
Weather permitting, we will visit the Frederick Douglass Playground which is a block away.
1-4pm: PM Session – Scratch Video Game Design or LEGO® Robotics
Students will create their own engaging, interactive animations and video games complete with characters, settings, obstacles, and controls using MIT Media Lab’s Scratch software.
– Students should be reading on a first grade reading level for Scratch programming.
– Student games will be uploaded to the Scratch website so they can continue working on their projects at home or show their friends and family.
– Students should bring a NUT-FREE lunch and 2 snacks.
**Please note that LEGO® robotics projects cannot be taken home.

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LEGO® Pre-Robotics

Students currently enrolled in Kindergarten will enjoy experimenting with science while they learn to build playful motorized creations with LEGO®.* Kids will be in awe to see their motorized creations come to life! Kindergarten Kids …

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Coding | Game Design

Students create and code their own engaging and interactive video games complete with characters, obstacles, settings, and controls using software developed by MIT Media Lab. Our clubs emphasize mathematics and literacy skills while fostering creativity …

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LEGO® Robotics

Students will build and program LEGO®* robots using sensors, motors, and LEGO®’s playful WeDo software. WeDo is LEGO®’s recent upgrade from its RCX technology. The software interface is completely new; it’s very playful and intuitive. …

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LEGO® Robotics

Students will build and program LEGO®* robots using sensors, motors, and LEGO® software, either WeDo or EV3 (see below). We believe that third graders are at a transitional time in their ability to build and …

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LEGO® Robotics

Students will work together to design and construct their own interactive, autonomous robots using NXT or EV3 LEGO®* motors, sensors, and microprocessors.

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Coding | Game Design

Students create and code their own engaging and interactive video games complete with characters, obstacles, settings, and controls using software developed by MIT Media Lab. Our clubs emphasize mathematics and literacy skills while fostering creativity …

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*Please note that LEGO Robotics projects cannot be taken home, but the fun and excitement generated will always be with you!
* RoboFun is not sponsored by or affliated with LEGO®