HARRY POTTER X POKEMON LEGO ROBOTICS SCRATCH CODING SCHOOL HOLIDAY CAMP MARCH 2018

Learn to Code ,Cast spells and Catch the monsters!

At this Camp, participants will get hands-on experiences with lego robotics, scratch coding developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), augmented reality (AR) coding and pick up various Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics (STEAM) principles.

Harry Potter X Pokemon Lego Robotics Scratch Coding STEAM Children School Holiday Camps Classes for kids March 2018

Why sign your child up with us
  • Small Class only
  • Low Teacher-Student Ratio of 1 teacher : 4-6 students only
  • 1 - 1 Lego Robot Kit and Computer
  • No Hidden Cost, No GST, No Material Fee and No Registration Fee
  • Certification and Lunch Provided
  • Open classroom setting for parents' viewing during classes
  • Centralised location in shopping mall with restaurants and supermarket next to Fort Canning MRT station

* Due to high cost of Lego Robot Kits with software for programming use for this camp, participants will not be able to bring back the robots.
* All materials, robot kits, notebooks and other equipments will be provided by us.
* Past participants are welcome.

HIGHLIGHTS


* LEGO ROBOTICS USING WEDO 2.0 / MINDSTORM EV3

* SCRATCH CODING DEVELOPED BY MIT

* AUGMENTED REALITY CODING

* EFFECTIVE LEARNING THROUGH FUN INTERESTING THEMED BASED PROJECTS

STEM LEARNING


SCIENCE:
* Energy and Forces

TECHNOLOGY:
* Robotics & Programming/Coding

ENGINEERING:
* Gears and Mechanics

MATHEMATICS:
* Angles and Degrees
* Counting
* Estimation
* Distance
* Acceleration

Topics will be covered according to respective levels



To sign up, click here to fill up registration form or email us at enquiry@wonderswork.com.sg with your child's DOB & preferred camp dates so we can advise on vacancy thank you.

*Registration closes 1 week prior to the camp date, subject to availability*


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