Starting as a toddler, young children come across uncountable machines in life without understanding how they actually work. The conveyor belt at the airport, the turnstile at subway stations, the elevator that takes them up and down... all these movable objects might seem like magic to them.
In the Mechanic Workshop, the young minds will not only see how things work, they will also get to create, and build these machines to make them move!
In this workshop, children will acquire and apply a large variety of engineering concepts in their LEGO creations. Utilizing the abundant resources available at our workshop, they will be able to build and modify inspiring projects that serve creative and meaningful purposes.
Don't underestimate the potential in children; sometimes even our instructors are fascinated by children's creations!
Students will utilize an innovative LEGO-compatible system to build a broad collection of projects, which further develops students’ engineering knowledge and also introduces them to foundational coding concepts through an intuitive coding interface that is suitable for their age. They will apply and code a variation of wireless motors and sensors detecting sound, distance, colour and even face recognitions to their projects. It will effectively train students’ sequential thinking skills, benefiting their further learning in coding.
Students will construct and code robots to complete fun and challenging tasks. Upon completion, they will tinker the structure of robots to improve their capabilities and functions. Through the learning process, they will learn core robot mechanics with different components such as how robots sense, detect, and react to different environments and circumstances. In each level, students will create DIY robotics projects, with the creation of an online portfolio recording every milestone.
While all children love to play video games, ever imagine it being a great channel for them to learn coding? In the Game Development Dept, children will create their own video games.
Coding is no longer boring; through game creation, they will learn the foundation of coding through an engaging and easy-to-understand way of teaching.
Learn the concepts of coding through interactive challenges using the popular sandbox game Minecraft. Using Minecraft's unique coding language ”Code Builder”, students will enjoy learning Coding with fun and well-designed coding exercises.
Experience Christmas-themed fun coding in various platforms! Create animation in MIT-developed program Scratch JR, construct and code robotic project, and solve a Christmas maze applying coding logics in Matatalab!
Build a robotic sleigh to go through challenges in a Christmas obstacle course! Code the robot to dodge the snowball hazard, utilize sensors and motors to deliver presents to the right homes, and complete the reindeer race in time!
Join us for an exciting & professional youth basketball training programme in this winter and obtain your own basketball skill performance report & certificate just for your own!
*Free Training Tee x1
*Free Skill Performance Report x1
*Free Digital Completion Certificate x1
Minecraft Automation Masters
Automate your minecraft world! Have a blast in your favourite Minecraft kingdom, and build complex features with command blocks.
Alert to all Minecraft builder maniacs! This is a Christmas course where your children can learn the basics of automating your children's structural creation builds and spawns in the world of Minecraft. From self-building houses to self-activating Nether portals, we will be using block-based coding sequences to break down how these automations can be done.
Additionally, we will be using code to manipulate Minecraft to create new and unique environments that your children can play with friends!
Prerequisite: Completion of at least one block-based programming course is preferred for this course. Students should have basic computer navigation skills.