The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
Looking for the hottest thing this season? It’s all about robotics! Get some fun and excitement with various stimulating themes specially designed for our school holiday adventure. Get your kids involved and give them a memorable experience this school holiday!
Our workshop is designed to introduce kids to robotics and basic coding principles. They will learn how to write programs using LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 software to control and operate the unique models that they have build!
In line with the vision and transformation of 21st century learning to implement the four C’s vital skills: critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Little Botz™ have discovered that the most effective ways to develop these skills are through technology-infused learning environment. Hence, we believe by putting technology into the hands of students and trusting them with more progressive technology is a way forward to 21st century learning.
Our class-ready teaching solutions support in creating an engaging and inspiring learning environment with syllables design specifically to stimulate critical thinking and encourage creative problem solving skills across a variety of real-world themes.
Little Botz Academy is proud to support the #HourOfCode! initiative, providing free one hour access in our Inno Tech Gym to teach computer programming to young students. We believe that learning to code opens doors to future opportunities. The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
Explore the fundamentals of code.
Hour of Code is designed for kids who have basic computer skills and are new to coding. Using resources from Code.org, this session teaches the basic concepts of code using simple drag-and-drop interactions.
Hour of Code with Little Botz Academy
Access Pass : 3 hours (Inno Tech Gym) + 1 hour FREE (Hour of Code) for only RM35/pax
STEM education shapes the future of our region and the future of our children. Lets encourage our children to understand and embrace the technology that affects them every day of their lives and these courses need to be taught by engaged and enthusiastic teachers using hands-on and minds-on activities. Making science and math courses fun and interesting will not only help students to learn, but might also plant the “seed of interest” that could grow into an exciting and rewarding STEM career. Register at Little Botz Academy today!
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Science and technology are extremely popular with today’s children and youth; they are also a pathway to career opportunities in the future. Engaging in technology activities when young can help to stimulate interest in those fields, develop mastery of necessary technologies, and energize the classroom.
Our little botz will be equipped with STEM knowledge and creative problem-solving skills that is necessary to be innovative and creative thinkers.
We seek to create environments where learning happens in a hands-on and motivational way.
Not every kid may move on to become a dedicated hobbyist who creates original mechanical projects, but all of them can benefit from the skills they will learn with educational robotic kits.
When Moshe Y. Vardi, Editor-in-Chief of Communications, invited us to submit an article, he recalled how he first learned about Scratch: “A colleague of mine (CS faculty),” he said, “told me how she tried to get her 10-year-old daughter interested in programming, and the only thing that appealed to her was Scratch.” That’s what we were hoping for when we set out to develop Scratch six years ago. We wanted to develop an approach to programming that would appeal to people who hadn’t previously imagined themselves as programmers. We wanted to make it easy for everyone, of all ages, backgrounds, and interests, to program their own interactive stories, games, animations, and simulations, and share their creations with one another.