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Robo Club Summer Camp Starts from April.

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we are also offering projects to schools and colleges

Contact - Robo Club

60-9-10/4, Beside KIMS Hospital, 7th Lane, Siddhartha Nagar,

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93 93 97 9999
93 93 45 3459


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Does your child like ROBOTS ? How would they feel about making a model that can move, speak and even think on its own? How would YOU like it if they found a fun way to learn about Programming, Math, Science and Engineering? Would your school like to start a robotics program and/or enter a team in the FLL & WRO ?
Early Robotics - Robo Club
Early Robotics - Robo Club


The Weebots Robotics is a set of pieces and mechanical parts that can be used to design robots. It has over 150 elements in the set including gears, cams, axles, a motor, motion and tilt sensors, USB hub and many other pieces. The program is divided into basic & intermediate components. The participants:

  • Are guided through self-paced building of projects
  • Supported based on the learning outcomes and difficulties in the project
  • Introduced to types and uses of robots and cool robots
  • Gently supported through programming
  • Gently introduced to the concepts of simple machines
  • Are encouraged to create independent projects such as a wheelchair

Weebots: A sample of activities:

Simple programming & control of robots

  • Use of motors
  • Tilt sensor
  • Adding sounds to the robot
  • Mimic the behaviour such as using the knee to kick a ball
  • And more


Apprentice uses a combination of Lego resources to offer a comprehensive yet challenging step up from Weebots to Junior Robotics. Students:

  • Develop an understanding of simple machines
  • How machines work
  • Programming machines to match flow of robot objectives
  • Use sensors to activate the robots

Sample of activities

  • Toll gate
  • Weight lifting robot
  • Robotic arm
  • Swing
  • And much more....

Lego Physics

Lego Physics explores a multitude of simple and complex machines, keep a strong focus on the interconnections that can be developed in these early years. Specifically:

  • Addresses force and motion
  • Addresses types of machines

Sample of activities

  • Clock
  • Trundle wheel
  • Letter balance
  • Sweeper
  • Dog bot
  • And moreā€¦