Want a better way for your child to spend his/her vacation days?
Our Pre-K Little Engineers program is designed to allow your child to engage, flourish and enjoy their day off. Please note that regardless of which class they take, or how many times they have taken it, our students do not repeat previous projects - they are always challenged and, when they are ready, they work on a new and interesting assignment. Required Skills: None. Open to curious children of all skills and abilities.
NOTE: Robofun vacation camps and classes are a-la-carte! Sign up for as few or as many programs as you’d like.
Preschool age children are natural scientists, ready to explore and experiment. Our Little Engineers classes engage children’s curiosity by utilizing a hands-on and playful curriculum. Our specially designed LEGO® and DUPLO® (big LEGO®) building activities, song, story, and movement children have a blast while developing STEM (Science, Technology, Math and Engineering) readiness, problem-solving skills and design thinking. Each week our Little Engineers engage in a different theme such as outer space or constructions. Students rely on their visual perception and learn how to read blueprints. They will unleash their imaginations by figuring out unique uses for the projects they create…like what could I use this wall of gears for? Little engineers may start shy but they leave connected to their teammates and confident about their ability to build!.
Required Skills: None. Open to curious children of all skills and abilities.
WHAT PARENTS SAY
“What I find unique and impressive about Robofun is their inclusion philosophy; everyone is welcomed and every child’s learning style and behavior are carefully attended to. Robofun is structured and very friendly, and they literally unlocked my child’s creativity. Watching his level of pride when he comes home and can tell me about what he’s constructed and how it works is very fulfilling. There are areas where Henry has trouble "fitting in," but at Robofun he's just like everyone else.”
- Robofun Parent