- Science Week
- Home-school groups
- Holiday Programs
- Science Clubs
- Outside School Hours Care (OSHC)
- Weekly Classes (See the Schedule)
- Holiday Workshops (Half day, Full Day, Multiday)
- From small to large groups (5 to 100+)
- Full-term courses
- Flexible schedules to suit any group
- Courses for various age groups (4-17)
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This is not your ordinary Lego Robotics class – students will not just put existing robotic Lego together, rather they will get a chance to learn about robotics at a much deeper level by actually making each robotic part from scratch.
Students will keep everything they make!
Students will learn hands-on skills as they drill holes in plastic blocks, glue electronic components into them, and build their very own RoboBloX!
Ages 6-15 - Jr and Sr Classes Available
Registration now open!
Little Discoverers & Inventors (Ages 5-8)
Science and Technology classes just for little ones! (STEM)
Fun, quick, and easy projects perfect for the little scientist and/or inventor in your family.
If you love robotics, but haven't been quite sure where to start, then this class is for you!
Even the most complicated robots are made from the same basic building blocks:
Resistors, capacitors, transistors, actuators, servos, sensors, lithium-ion batteries, and PCBs.
Ever wonder what these are and what they do? Come and find out! In this hands-on course we will look at, play with, and learn about the many electronic and mechanic components used in the field of robotics.
Learn the skills you need to take you from dreaming and talking about robots to actually designing, building, and programming them!
Create and keep your own LetterBot!
LetterBot has a special LED display, which you will wire-up, to display the letter of your choice!
Are you great at building things? Want to build your first robot? Take your creativity and crafting to the next level – BrushBots are half-craft, half-robot, all fun!
Build your first robot and bring him to life with a battery and a motor! Then have fun as your new BrushBot gets to play games with all the other BrushBots. They will race, doodle, and even play soccer!
Are you great at building things? Want to build your first robot? Take your creativity and crafting to the next level – BugBots are half-craft, half-robot, all fun!
Build your first robot and bring him to life with a battery and a motor! Then have fun as your new BugBot gets to play games with all the other BugBots. They will race, doodle, and even play soccer!
Are you great at building things? Want to build your first robot? Take your creativity and building skills to the next level – DanceBots are simple, fun and educational!
Build your first robot and bring him to life with a battery and a motor! Then have fun as your new DanceBot gets to play games with all the other DanceBots.
Build-a-Boat (Ages 5-15)
Build your own boat with an electric motor!
Learn about buoyancy, water displacement, propulsion, boat design, hydrodynamics, Newton’s laws of motion, motors, and basic electric circuits.
ArtBots (Ages 4-15)
Make a wiggling robot that draws fancy circular patterns
Edison is an incredible robot, and a perfect way to begin learning about robotics.
Edison comes ready to play with, but the real fun comes when you learn how to program him to do amazing things.
Take full control of your new Edison Bot – learn to program him to do exactly what you want him to do!
Bring your imagination to life! Learn how to design models in 3D, and then make them a reality right in front of your eyes.
We will explore the theory behind 3D printing, and the practical aspects of how to create models.
Squishy Circuits (Ages 4-7)
Playdough + Electronics = Amazing!
Little ones love playdough, now they can bring their creations to life with LEDs, motors, buzzers, and switches. Safe, fun, and easy for little hands!
The Queensland Association for Gifted & Talented ChildrenDashX will be teaching a Robotics class again this year at the QAGTC Conference!
This year the workshop being offered is called RoboBloX.
Build and keep your own Skittle Sorting Robot using Lego and an Arduino!