Robot Edutainment | Making Thinking Fun!

Our Classes: Learning on Robots & Learning Through Robots

Project Sample Videos

Project Sample Pictures

  • Robot Project 1 Turtle
  • Robot Project 2 Scorpion
  • Robot Project 3 Inspector Gadget's Arm
  • Robot Project 4 Apache Helicopter
  • Robot Project 5 Air-Sing-Sing
  • Robot Project 6 Power Spin
  • Robot Project 7 Battle Bumper Car
  • Robot Project 8 Thomas Train (Line Tracer)
  • Robot Project 9 Huna-E (Avoider)
  • Robot Project 10 Scorpion Robot (Stalker)
  • Robot Project 11 Penguin Show
  • Robot Project 12 Soccer Robot
Level 1 (Basic) Curriculum Sample

-Learn basic robot building skills, using a variety of block shapes, control boards, IR-sensors and motors.

Month

Week

Subject

STUDY CONTENTS

1

1

Definition of Robot
&
Introduction to the Robotic Kit

1) What is a robot?
2) Knowing each part’s name, function, and learn assembling!
3) Exercise 1 : Assemble individual parts (Block, Frame, Adaptor, Shaft/Bush, Wheel/Gear, Electronic Parts)
4) Exercise 2 : Making models (Turtle, Scorpion, Snake, Elephant, Penguin, Crab, and etc.)

 

2

Identify Objects and its Expression
&
Principle of
Lever and Pulley

1) Creative thinking
- Find the characteristics of object and Expression
2) Exercise 1 : Represent the characteristics of objects - bicycle, rocking chair, windmill, boat, helicopter, airplane, firearm, motorcycle
3) Machine Foundations-I : the center of gravity, leverage principles,
4) Exercise 2 : Making the seesaw (the center of gravity, leverage principles)
5) Exercise 3 : Making the Inspector Gadget’s Arm (leverage principles) & Group Competition

 

3

Robot Main Board-Magic Box

1) Machine Foundations-I: motor, gear, gear train, gear ratio, crank
2) Exercise 1 : Making an Apachi (acceleration gear)
3) Exercise 2 : Making a Air Sing Sing (motor, power transmission)
4) Challenge : Making a shoveling machine (reduction gear, crank, link)

 

4

Science Principle Applied in our Life

1) Machine Foundations-II: link structure, friction, power transmission
2) Exercise 1 : Making the Powerspin (leverage principle & elasticity of rubber band)
3) Exercise 2 : Making the rubber band power-driven car
4) Exercise 3 : Making the Scissors Bot (link structure & elasticity of rubber band)

General Information

Educational Development Program

• The whole program focuses on the development of scientific, robotic and other technological skills.
• Development of basic scientific knowledge and creative thinking skills, to solve complex problems and program development to raise problem solution-orientated abilities and to create novel solutions.

Training Features

• Challenges and promotes problem-solving skills and improve concentration.
• Improve leadership and communication skills through small group activities.
• Educational linked to kindergarten and elementary school science curriculum.
• Under the guidance of teacher, the goal will be achieved through self-assembly to promote a good Learning environment.

Targeted Age Group

• Enrolled in grades K-12
*** Every student would have to be motivated and possess enough maturity to stay focused during robotics class activities in order to register for this class.

Location

• at Your School Site or at Our Learning Center or at Your Home
*** An open house or weekend class might be available at our learning center upon request. 

Robot Edutainment Class Schedule Options

• 10-12 Sessions (1.5-2 Hrs. per Session)

 Level I (for 10-12 weeks)

Option 1 (Recommended): Once a week for 2 hours per session
Option 2 (Alternative): Twice a week for 1 hour per session
Option 3 (Economic): Once a week for 1.5 hours per session

 Level II (for 10-12 weeks)

Option 1 (Recommended): Once a week for 2 hours per session
Option 2 (Alternative): Twice a week for 1 hour per session
Option 3 (Economic): Once a week for 1.5 hours per session

 Level III (for 10-12 weeks)

Option 1 (Recommended): Once a week for 2 hours per session
Option 2 (Alternative): Twice a week for 1 hour per session
Option 3 (Economic): Once a week for 1.5 hours per session

 Level IV (for 10-12 weeks)

Option 1 (Recommended): Once a week for 2 hours per session
Option 2 (Alternative): Twice a week for 1 hour per session
Option 3 (Economic): Once a week for 1.5 hours per session

 Level V (for 10-12 weeks)

Option 1 (Recommended): Once a week for 2 hours per session
Option 2 (Alternative): Twice a week for 1 hour per session
Option 3 (Economic): Once a week for 1.5 hours per session