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Benefits from Lego Robotics classes

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What are the benefits of learning Lego Robotics?


Learning technology at a young age equips children with essential skills for the digital age.


Children are exposed to technology from a very young age these days. While many children are passive consumers of technology, there are, in fact, many ways to encourage children to become active and responsible users of technology.


For children who learn best through hands-on activities, Lego Robotics classes are often excellent choices for them. They will get to learn mechanical building techniques, different science concepts and get to build with Lego and code their Lego projects to move and perform certain tasks or missions. Many children find this process intriguing and fun.  They enjoy the challenge and gain a great sense of achievement upon completion.


In addition, during Lego robotics classes, children typically pick up a wide range of skills, including, but not limited to:


  1. Problem-Solving skills - Lego robotics classes often involve solving problems and troubleshooting issues with the projects they build, thereby enhancing their problem-solving skills, logical reasoning and critical thinking.

  2. S.T.E.A.M. concepts - Lego robotics classes introduce fundamental concepts in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) through hands-on projects, building a strong foundation and giving an edge to children in these subjects in school.

  3. Coding - Children will learn basic coding skills, enabling them to command their robots or machines to perform specific actions. This introduction to coding allows children to understand how computers, sensors and software work together, and can be valuable in many fields.

  4. Innovation and Creativity - Understanding the design and customizing robots or machines allows children to develop and express their creativity and imagination. Meanwhile, they will also learn about the practical applications of their projects.

  5. Teamwork and Collaboration - Some activities, such as participating in robotics competitions, are group-based, teaching children the importance of teamwork, communication, and collaboration as they work together to achieve common goals.

  6. Persistence and Resilience - Building and coding robots can be challenging, involving a lot of trial and error, thereby teaching children perseverance and resilience as they overcome obstacles and refine their projects to achieve desired outcomes.


Overall, Lego robotics classes provide a holistic learning experience that combines technical and problem-solving skills, creativity, critical thinking and logical reasoning. It also helps prepare children for future educational and career opportunities in a technology-driven world.


Children's Worklab provides weekly Lego Engineering classes for those who are just starting out on their journey. We also offer Lego Robotics classes for those who have completed our Lego Engineering curriculum, have some experience in coding, or are older. For more information on our weekly Lego Engineering or Lego Robotics classes, kindly visit or WhatsApp us at +65 9729 7828 (Forum) / 8513 9878 (UE Square) / 8770 1285 (Shaw Centre). We look forward to hearing from you!

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