Creative kids 2020

3logy robotics is a platform that is created to help your kids get a good start into the world of technology. Your kid will learn a number of various projects like; 

 Basic

1. How to make connection with battery
2. How to use a switch in a project
3. Modelling and art designs
4. Stories with scratch programming
5. Programming with Grasshopper

 Medium

1. How to model house
2. How to model car
3. How to model airplane
4. How to model helicopter
5. Programming with python(basic)
6. Coding with Scratch Programming

 Advance

1. How to a smart house
2. How to make a flying airplane
3. How to make a flying helicopter
4. How to make a moving car
5. Programming with python(game animation with turtle)
6. Animation with plotagon

Robotics Assignments


Monday: 10:00AM - 11:00AM (Practicals)

Tuesday: 10:00AM - 11:00AM (Python Programming)

Wednesday: 10:00AM - 11:00AM (Emerging Technologies)




Animation with Scratch 3.0

Scratch is a website built by MIT that allows users to create projects ranging from games, to animations
and stories using drag and drop command blocks that stack together to create code, and is specifically
designed to make programming fun and easy. Students start with the hour of code and then explore the
ins and outs of creating games with Scratch. By the end of the class, students will have originally
designed video games to share with friends and family. With a basic understanding of how a computer
works (using the track pad or mouse and being able to find keys on the keyboard), kids as young as 5 or
6 can create some pretty awesome projects. We’ve seen older kids 9-11 years old create complex multilevel video games.

Advanced Animation with Scratch 3.0

Young children are introduced to programming concepts early on, giving them an
advantage later if they decide to explore computer science further. It also teaches project planning and
time management.

Stories with Scratch 3.0
Robotics (age 7+)

3logy equips young children with DIY robotic kit that enables both, the young and the elderly, to create
and build working robots from almost anything. It transforms house hold objects such as plastic bottles
and old CDs, wooden spoons or cardboard into imaginative robots that can programmed for a variety of
functions – and at different levels of skills. As they delight in making new shapes come alive, kids will
learn the core STEAM concepts of analytical thinking, problems-solving, prototyping, literal thinking, and

The benefit: the physical aspect of making a DIY robot creates a tactile experience for kids and
incorporates the element of play. Kids experiment with success and failure alike, which promotes a
healthy relationship with failure, iteration, and problem solving.

Art & Modeling (age 6+)

Kids have the advantage of learning so much more in arts, such as drawing, painting etc. And also get
the opportunity to model with junks and creates robots, cars, gates etc

The benefit: kids become accustomed to working in arts, which can translate to learning all sorts of
other modeling programs down the line. Whether designing or modeling, becoming an architect is in a
child’s future, this foundational knowledge can be a great jumping off point for exciting future

Python Programming (age 7+)

Python is a powerful, easy-to-read, high-level programming language. This means commands read like
English words instead of complicated 0s and 1s and this makes it easy for kids to learn Python without a
lot of experience. Is Python easy to learn? Yes! The commands and syntax (rules for how code must be
laid out) in Python are relatively simple compared to some other programming languages. This makes
Python for kids easy to get started, even with no experience coding. Another great feature when looking
to design python exercises for kids is that Python has a wide range of libraries that we can import
whenever we need a particular feature. This modular feature keeps Python flexible and also lets you use
others’ libraries to easily build some interesting (and fun!) initial projects.