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The Little Engineers' Lab

Description: Introduce young minds to engineering and robotics principles with the aid of KIBO robotic tools that sparks their creativity while introducing problem-solving skills at the same time. Boost hand eye coordination by assembling the robotic kit. Learn sequential and spatial thinking skills when arranging the programming blocks to invent a program for KIBO. Boost hand eye coordination and learn the engineering process as the child scans the program into the KIBO. Integration with Arts. Children to decorate and personalised their robotic units. Set Kibo to work and test the program! Mathematical concepts are brought to life through fun and interactive activities and team play that reinforce topics learnt in school. As a result, learning maths becomes fun and concepts are more easily grasped.
Flexibility in location. Contact centre for information.
Enjoy FREE trial fee OR 15% off First Term's Fee with SAP vouchers in Welcome Pack.

Centre: The Plei Academy

Program Type: Others

Class Schedule: N/A

Class Duration: N/A

Trial Class/Term: N/A

Trial Fees/Lesson: $0

Special SAP Discount(%): 15%

Program Focus: STEAM Education - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics


Branch Address:

Suntec City Mall (relocated) | Central Region
Kids Performing Academy of the Arts 3 Temasek Boulevard #02-478 Suntec City Mall North Wing (Between Tower 1 and 2)
info@thepleiacademy.sg, 9684 8885

Age Group(s):

4-5 years
5-6 years
above 6 years old


Branch Address:

Katong Square | East Region
88 East Coast Road, #02-05 Katong Square, Singapore 423371
info@thepleiacademy.sg, 9684 8885

Age Group(s):

4-5 years
5-6 years
above 6 years old

Reviews

  • pjmask
    1 Review(s)

    Kibo Fun

    August 31, 2017 3:13:04 PM

    I have no idea what Steam Education was about until I got to meet The Plei Academy at one of the event. It happens to be the "in" thing right now for young children. My son loves the Kibo alot. The teacher will first introduce the different blocks with bar code scan on them. Each block represents a different action and the children are required to sequence them properly so that the Kibo can function correctly. Once the sequence is determined, they will then need to scan it. So this is like programming without the need for complicated commands. The fun part comes when trying to test the Kibo - whether it functions as expected. Usually multiple times will be required and this requires logical thinking and trial and error. This is a program that is new and interesting to try.

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