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NEW: build/program at home with our custom LEGO-Compatible Arduino Robot Kit...
For 1/3 the price of a LEGO MINDSTORMS robotics set (although we use those too!) you can get our Arduino robot that has the same sensors, uses the same programming languages (Scratch and Python), and is compatible with all the LEGO and LEGO TECHNIC parts you have at home thanks to our custom modifications.
Comprehensive and Engaging STEM / STEAM learning has never been this fun, easy, or cost-effective!
Learn to code! Solve Real-World Engineering Challenges by building with LEGO and coding with SCRATCH
Don’t just build cool things. Build cool things that really work!
Watch “the Robot Guy” demonstrate each challenge along with key concepts. He won multiple world championships in LEGO Robotics, and has taught thousands of kids how to become INVENTORS. Ask questions, get help with your designs, and learn from other students’ accomplishments as well!
We offer coding and robotics projects for beginners and advanced students alike. Supported by an interactive online camp / class program.
Learn & Play with Like-Minded Peers
The Live Interactive aspect of camp enables students to:
a) share LEGO robot tips & tricks
b) get help with their robotics engineering projects
c) make robot-loving friends!
Students always have access to help when they need it. We always have at least 1 instructor per 6 students in our programs.
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Student Project Examples
Optional Hardware Bundles
(with each of our online learning programs, you have the following 3 options for enrollment)
(1) Already Have a Robot?
Use the new LEGO Robot Inventor set (51515), the LEGO EV3 set, the LEGO NXT set, or a compatible Arduino robot. If you’re not sure, call/email to make sure your robot will work: firstname.lastname@example.org |
(2) Hardware Bundle: Arduino Bot with LEGO Capability
(3) Hardware Bundle: LEGO Robot Inventor Set (51515)
Meet The Robot Geniuses
(our team of ultra-talented adult instructors)
Michael Vawter was lead programmer, builder, tester, and handler for the MindStorm Troopers FIRST LEGO League (FLL) team. They competed for four years, becoming the first team to win 1st place Robot Performance at the FLL World Festival two years in a row. Michael co-founded the Robot Academy and has taught thousands of students how to master LEGO robotics. He’s been featured in Popular Science Magazine, was on TV with Bill Nye the Science Guy, and was inducted into the National Gallery for Young Inventors. He published peer-reviewed psychophysics research at Denison University in 2011 and went on to earn a master’s degree in entrepreneurship and innovation.
Michael has continued to contribute to the FLL community by serving as a judge and referee at the state and world level. He has also coached and mentored teams of his own (some of whom have won international titles of their own).
In his ongoing career as a robotics teacher, Michael helps students and teachers to analyze and solve technological problems more creatively by integrating their right-brain and left-brain capacities.
Melissa is a candy-bar powered student at Utah State University dual majoring in Marketing and Computer Science. She has a passion for STEM education and has worked with inventions, maker clubs, electronics, and junk drawer robotics. She mentored the Utah BAPC First Lego League team and has been the recipient of several technical awards including national NCWIT and IJSHS. When not experimenting with robots, she spends her time Irish dancing, baking, and rock climbing.
Matthew is an Electrical Engineering and Product Design student at Lehigh University. Matthew has been building robots since his sophomore year in high school, when he founded his school’s robotics club and VEX robotics team. Since then, Matthew has developed the “Robotics Crash Course,” a two-week middle school science curriculum about building Arduino robots from scratch. Matthew was also the chair of the STEAM department at the Academy of Creative Education in 2018, and worked as a Product Engineering Co-Op at Crayola in Fall 2019, designing custom 3D models to assist with testing and the product development process. His upcoming book Arduino for Artists explores using programming and electronics to facilitate artistic expression. Matthew is passionate about STEAM and design, and is excited to help students learn to make anything they can dream of!
Nick is an electrical engineer who loves LEGO and has a background in marine robotics. He’s worked with remote operated vehicles that explore shipwrecks and other underwater seascapes. Originally from Massachusetts, he studied at UMass Amherst and now lives in Seattle with his girlfriend Emilia and their cat Norbert. Nick loves helping students to explore robotics and have fun with STEM.
Sriram is a Computer Science major at the University of Connecticut and has been a Lead Instructor at both Kumon and CodeNinjas, teaching kids ages 6-16. Sriram has lead summer camps for students in both video game design as well as drone programming and he has a passion for legos and computer science. He has been building with Lego Robots for the past 7 years and has brought various Lego Robots to his high school invention showcase and has won awards for his creations. He has created apps as well as AWS websites and is an experienced programmer in languages such as Python, Java, and C. In his spare time, Sriram loves to play the drum set and learn new programming languages. Sriram loves to work with kids and is excited to help instill a life long passion for STEM!
Parents can relax (or get work done) while kids build and program
We don’t just entertain/enrich our students during class… our interactive online STEM classes inspire kids to work with their robot on their own as well, which means hours of off-screen engagement.
Our programs are approved as qualified expenses for the Dependent Care Reimbursement Program.