Teddy Out-Ready: STEAM Labs Toronto Fall Programs for Children: Arduino Robotics, Minecraft Pro & Video Game Programming

Monday, September 28, 2015

STEAM Labs Toronto Fall Programs for Children: Arduino Robotics, Minecraft Pro & Video Game Programming

Rising tech kids is pretty challenging. Even for us, as a tech savvy family, mostly engineers, IT professionals and educators, sometimes is not easy to keep up with modern tech trends. And we are always eager to learn new things, new skills and new developments in technology. We already wrote about STEAM Labs that opened recently in Toronto and became a very popular spot among kids and adults, the place to learn high tech and put knowledge into the practice. STEAM Labs is a community makerspace for everyone looking to get started in digital world, programming, hands-on making and electronics. It’s also a place where entrepreneurs, educators and artists looking to work with various modern tools to put info life their ideas. You can find there the equipment for 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC milling, woodworking, electronics, sewing, crafts and more.

SteamLabs

Kids are back to school for new subjects, assignments and challenges. For young tech minds this fall STEAM Labs is excited to introduce fantastic children programs 8 weeks long priced at a special introductory term rate of $250. Kids will learn how to build own robots, write video game programs, Minecraft, programming, 3D printing and much more.

Minecraft Class

Here are some information about the programs starting in October, check them out:
Kids will build their very own robots using a combination of programming and crafting skills. They can attend this class on Sundays or Tuesdays.

STEAMLabs uses Minecraft to teach kids a combination of "hard" and "soft" skills, emphasizing teamwork to accomplish big projects. Kids get to pick their own projects and complete parts of team projects based on what they're interested in learning. Minecraft Pro class will run on Saturday mornings and Thursdays after school.

Kids will use an MIT developed program called Scratch to build their own playable games every Wednesday after school. Scratch uses authentic programming languages so kids can build real programming skills.

Using a combination of high tech tools (3D printing, laser cutting, electronics) and low tech craft, STEAM Labs provides the mentorship and structure to help your child turn their sketched ideas into working prototypes – led by their own imagination and ingenuity.This class will run every Sunday starting the weekend of October 25th.

We are very proud to have such a supportive place in Toronto where kids can learn high tech using the latest technology innovations.

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