Robotics Camps at Daedalos

Build & Program Robots with LEGO Education kits!

Build, Code, Learn = Fun!

At Robotics Camps, kids create, build, program and operate robotic animals, machines and vehicles using LEGO® Education Robotics and Computer Programming. We place your child into grade level appropriate activities based on skill, ability, experience and preference.

Every Camp Unique

We plan different activities customized to the mix of returning and new students, so that no returning student ever does the same thing over again, but instead is given a harder challenge as they progress in their robotics and programming skills.

Hands-on with 21st Century Skills

Robotics is a highly engaging way to learn 21st century skills including critical and computational thinking, problem solving and creativity. Kids learn coding skills  but also engineering and design skills by building robots that actually function, move and respond to stimuli. Because they’re paired up in teams, they learn valuable communication and teamwork skills along the way, giving them valuable skills for the future.

Typical Schedule:

Morning Session (9:00-12:00pm): Full Robotics Program for all Grade levels

Lunch break (12:00-1:00pm) – Outside at the University Chapel park and covered table area

  • Students bring their own lunch, do outside activities at the park, play sports such as badminton, basketball – supervision, sports equipment provided

Afternoon Session (1:00pm-3:00pm): Full Robotics Program for all Grade levels, with more active teamwork events such as Competition Games and Challenge Missions.

Levels

Junior Robotics

Typically for Grades 1-2 students, but based on assessed level of competency with LEGO building, coding and teamwork skills. Kids use LEGO WeDo 1.0 kits to build and operate a variety of mechanical constructions. Advanced students in this level proceed to Scratch based software and more complex builds.

Intermediate Robotics

Typically for Grades 2-4 students, but based on assessed level of competency with LEGO building, coding and teamwork skills. Kids use LEGO WeDo 2.0 kits with Bluetooth connectivity to iPads/Chromebooks to build and operate a variety of mechanical constructions. Advanced students in this level proceed to Scratch based software and more complex builds.

Advanced Robotics

Typically for Grades 4-8 students, but based on assessed level of competency with LEGO building, coding and teamwork skills. Kids use LEGO Mindstorms Education kits with to build and operate a variety of complex robotic constructions. Advanced students in this level proceed to RobotC graphical and code based software and more complex builds. Top students are selected to join Robotics Competitions such as FIRST LEGO League and BCIT Gearbots Code Challenge.

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