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ElfCube Robot and Game Programming for Kids

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Published September 16th 2018
Learn software and robot programming the fun way
Have you ever seen a robot dance the Macarena? I love the creativity that robotics and coding encompasses. Robotics teaches both creativity and critical thinking, as well as resilience and problem-solving.

ElfCube offers a variety of robot and game programming courses for kids ages seven through twelve-years-old. My son enjoyed programming an 'Alpha Pro Humanoid' to dance to music and do push-ups.

Robot programming courses consist of multiple educational robot programming products (Edison robot, Abilix, Lego Wedo 2 and Alpha Pro Humanoid). In this course, kids will have the opportunity to build robots with sensors and motors, and to program humanoid body movement. These robots are powerful, engaging tools for kids to learn computational thinking and computer programming in a hands-on way.

With sensors detecting lights, sounds and autonomous behaviour capabilities, these robots make true robotics education accessible to students aged seven through twelve-years-old.

ElfCube's mission is to create a fun and engaging platform where children not only learn to program but also have opportunities to be creative using code.

ElfCube provides children with a hands-on and interactive approach with which they can learn programming concepts. With their courses and activities, kids have fun while they learn, so they stay engaged and continue learning and creating.

Educational robot projects can systematically train a child's creative, analytic, and practical abilities. They also ultimately provide children with important skills needed for success in school and in life.

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Why? To learn software and robot programming the fun way!
When: Various dates throughout the school terms and holidays
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Where: Ashburton Community Centre ​ 160 High Street, Ashburton, VIC and Clayton Community Centre 9-15 Cooke St, Clayton VIC
Cost: 8 Session course from $256 at time of publication
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