Anyone can build a simple catapult but how do you build one that’s programmed to move on its own? With code of course!
Learn how different components of mechanical systems come together and enhance them through programming. Kids get to build robots that move, self-driving cars, machines that can take over the world and all that jazz.
Just when you thought Lego couldn’t get more awesome, then came Lego Wedo. TADA!
Lego Wedo’s similar to the Lego bricks everyone knows and love... BUT these come with sensors, motors and other mechanical parts.
What's even cooler? Lego Wedo’s compatible with Scratch programming. Kids connect it to the computer and use Scratch to control their Lego inventions! Here’s a ticket dispensing machine built and programmed by one of our students (doesn't this remind you of how an ATM works?)
Kids not only learn how machines can be programmed, bridging the gap between hardware & software, but are also shown how the 2 are seamlessly interconnected & are increasingly ever present in everyday life. Open their eyes to a world of possibilities!