T-Botz Tue – Term 2 2021

Both our classes are 1 hour and run at the same time:

β-Botz (Beta-Botz)

Students are grouped into pairs and progress together through the various 10-week lessons:

  • 01 Introduction – Students complete the introductory projects, learning about Milo the Science Rover before progressing on to the first Guided Projects.
  • 02 Guided Projects 1 – Students complete several Guided Projects including building and programming a frog that metamorphs through its various stages.
  • 03 Guided Projects 2 – Students complete several more Guided Projects including building a Luna Rover that moves forward and turns using a single motor.Luna Rover
  • 04 Open Projects 1 – Students complete the last guided projects before progressing onto completing Open Projects like the Animal Expression.
  • 05 Open Projects 2 – Students complete more Open Projects like Space Exploration and Cleaning The Ocean.
    • 06 Open Projects 3 – Students complete more Open Projects like Moving Materials and Emotional Design.
    • 07 Open Projects 4 – Students complete the last Open Projects before progressing onto CityCAMP Projects Mine Railway and Pump.
      • 08 Scratch City 1 – Students are introduced to Scratch 3.0 and use it to make robots like the Windmill and Deep Sea Explorer that improve life in a modern city.
      • 09 Scratch City 2 – Students continue to make Scratch 3.0 robots like the Airplane, Helicopter, and Firetruck that improve life in a modern city.
      • 10 Scratch City 3 – Students complete the Scratch 3.0 City projects and start using Scratch to program the Star Projects like the Satelite and Astronomical Model that take us to the stars!
      • 11 Scratch Star 1 – Students complete Scratch 3.0 Star Projects like the Space Battle and Mars Rover to explore how robots take us to the stars.

ζ-Botz (Zeta-Botz)

In 2021, we opened up a new ζ-Botz (Zeta-Botz) class that runs at the same time as the Beta-Botz classes. In Term 2, Zeta-Botz students continue to be grouped into pairs and use SPIKE Prime. All are welcome!

  • 01 Introduction – The children will learn and master the Scratch 3 programming interface and are introduced to Python as well.
  • 02 Life Hacks – Children create a breakdancer, a personal trainer that counts, a life hack that helps you see the wind, and much more.
Please note that children need to bring their own device to program the robots, either a:
Windows laptop with Bluetooth 4.0+ running Windows 10 version 1803+
Mac laptop with Bluetooth 4.0+ running Mojave 10.14+
iPad / iPad mini running iOS 11+
Android Tablet with Bluetooth 4.0+ running Android 7.0+
For more information review the WeDo 2.0 Software Requirements (off-site link) for Beta-Botz (PrePrimary – Year 3+) and the  SPIKE™ Prime Software Requirements (off-site link) for Zeta-Botz (Year 4 – Year 8+)

LEGO®, WeDo, and SPIKE™ are trademarks of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this activity, product, or service.

Also Note:

  • If you are enrolling children in both the Beta-Botz and Zeta-Botz classes, we now use a single form for both.
  • Concession discounts are available – See FAQ for more information.
  • In the unlikely event that there are insufficient numbers, our classes may be canceled at our discretion with a full refund.
Details Price Qty
T-Botz Tue - Standard - 9 Weeksshow details + $179.00 (AUD)   Expired
T-Botz Tue - Early Birdshow details + $189.00 (AUD)   Expired
T-Botz Tue - Multi Savershow details + $184.00 (AUD)   Expired
T-Botz Tue - Standardshow details + $199.00 (AUD)   Expired
  • Week 9
    June 15, 2021
    3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
  • Week 10
    June 22, 2021
    3:45 pm - 4:45 pm

Venue:  

Address:
24 Leichhardt Street, Bull Creek, Western Australia, 6149, Australia