Coding. Children create programs of various difficulties using visual programming languages and discover the meaning and function of concepts fundamental in programming: algorithm, programming loop, constant, variable, multithreading, or testing and debugging.
Mathematics. Projects may involve measuring distance, calculating circumference and area, or performing data operations. Kids learn everything in practice and use their newly acquired knowledge to solve tasks.
Physics. How the robot operates is decided not only by code; an important role also plays the real world, ruled by the laws of physics. Students learn about weight and mass, types of energy and methods of generating them, gravitation, friction and elasticity.
Geography and biology. Don’t believe it? RoboCamp lessons are a great tool for kids to discover the solar system, dive into ocean depths, visit savannah and get to know amazing animals and learn about their importance for the ecosystem.
Creativity. Similar to a paintbrush on canvas, programming allows kids to express themselves and create a wide array of pieces: animations, games, interactive pictures or slideshows, and on advanced levels – independent programs and apps.