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Building Robot

In the Junior Lego Robotics camp, we use the LEGO Education Spike Essential Set, it makes elementary science come to life through hands-on tasks, real-world projects, and relevant technology that engages students. Through project-based activities, students’ skills are enhanced across science, engineering, technology, and coding.



LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Essential gets primary school students excited about hands-on STEAM learning. This playful, narrative-based learning experience is part of the LEGO Learning System and encourages students to investigate STEAM concepts while contributing to literacy, math, and social-emotional development.


The unique combination of the LEGO brick, classroom-friendly software, and inspiring, standards-based science projects results in a resource that builds students’ confidence. Empower them to ask the right questions, define problems, and design their solutions by putting scientific discovery in their hands.


The curriculum is designed for students and covers many foundational computer science and engineering skills that are not often taught in early childhood. These academic frameworks are taught through a series of powerful ideas: the Engineering Design Process, Robotics, Programming, and Sensors. Each Idea addresses foundational math, literacy, science, and art skills. 

  • Develop computational thinking skills, including creating and modifying sequences, testing, debugging, and using loops.

  • Explore the engineering design process, including defining a problem, brainstorming solutions, and testing and refining prototypes.

  • Investigate the scientific concepts of energy, energy transfer, and collision.

  • STEM-based curriculum on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

  • The camp curriculum is designed for beginner to advanced-level

  • Hands-on experimental and exploratory study

  • kids will learn strategies for “Critical Thinking, Lateral Thinking, Problem-solving, Designing Projects, and Communicating Ideas”

  • They will discover basic physical science concepts such as gears, pulleys, levers, wheels, and axles

  • Students will be assigned projects according to their grades and skills.

  • At the beginning of the week, teachers will evaluate students' prior experiences (if they have any) as teachers will plan the week's curriculum and assign levels accordingly.

  • At the end of the week, teams will have Robot battles competitions.

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