An FLL team elementary school kids to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks by programming the robots. No experience necessary. We will work with your kid to foster interest and passion in STEM careers through a progression of K-12 robotics competitions.
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We meet minimum once a week for 1.5 hours and cost of training (including all robotics materials) is $30 per session.


FIRST LEGO League Jr. (FLL Jr.)-: Early Elementary (K-3)

DESCRIPTION: Two part focus
1. Build LEGO® model with one moving part
2. Create a Show-Me poster (like Science Fair posters) to practice presentation skills at Expos that encourage sharing, learning from others, celebrating achievements and develop early programming skills
AGE GROUP: Kindergarten through 3rd grade
TEAM SIZE: Team size limited to 6, multiple teams,
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Teams have present their developed LEGO model at the FIRST teams Expo in March 2018 (tentative)


FIRST LEGO League (Late Elementary (4th – 6th grade)
DESCRIPTION: Three part focus
1. Create a fully autonomous LEGO robot and run missions
2. Research and present a project centered on a real-world theme
3. Learn and demonstrate the FLL Core Values
AGE GROUP: 4th grade - 6h Grade.
TEAM SIZE: Maximum 10 students per team, multiple teams
FLL teams will have LEGO Robot and be ready to participate in an official FIRST of Michigan FLL qualifying tournament in November 2017. Final Tournament is in December 2017(tentative)
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We offer robotics and programming classes for age 5-15 all year round. Like our page for offers and information


Call us: 734-353-8849


Eastover Professional Center

2219 Packard St

Suite 13

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Michigan ROBOFEST 2018
Canton Michigan - April



Young Inventors Competition

First Lego League Junior
  Kindergarten -3rd grade




Google code-in contest

Pre-university students ages 13 to 17 are invited to take part in Google Code-in: A global, online contest introducing teenagers to the world of open source development. With a wide variety of bite-sized tasks, it’s easy for beginners to jump in and get started no matter what skills they have.

Mentors from steamfun4kids lend a helping hand as participants learn what it’s like to work on an open source project. Participants get to work on real software and win prizes from t-shirts to a trip to Google HQ!

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference
WWDC Scholarships reward talented students and STEM organization members with the opportunity to attend this year’s conference. Developers selected for a scholarship will receive a WWDC  ticket and lodging free of charge.
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