June LEGO Robotics & Coding Camps @Genius Assembly

Whether your kids want to level up their coding skills in just a few workshops, master the secrets of HTML or learn coding languages such as Python and Scratch, there is plenty to explore in an age appropriate manner.


All this is underpinned with a structured approach to coding through a series of fun, game-based exercises, various Lego products easily adaptable to fit any learning environment.

  • Coding & Robotics 4-6 years

Lego Science course for early learners is a creative and intuitive program that introduces preschoolers to early coding and critical 21st century skills, while naturally sparking their curiosity, creativity and desire to explore and learn together.

Kids do various activities to learn the concepts of coding and robotics. Building models using Simple machines, Learning coding concepts using Lego Coding express, Using electric motors to run the machines, Animation coding activity are some of the lessons covered during the camp.

The course curricula allows children to intuitively explore early coding concepts while developing problem-solving skills, critical thinking and collaboration.

  • Lego Robotics 6-9 years

These camps are designed to develop elementary school students' curiosity and confidence to solve real-life problems. Children learn through engaging STEAM projects with intuitive block-based coding and standards-aligned lesson plans that make STEAM learning fun and accessible.

LEGO bricks, sensors and motors help students of all levels develop concrete and tangible understanding of abstract concepts.

  • Lego Robotics 10-14 years

This camp is a hands-on, cross-curricular program that engages and challenges high school students to practice their STEM and robotics skills in a ‘near real-world’ environment. Easily adaptable to fit any learning environment, MINDSTORMS EV3 offers the opportunity for confidence-boosting in-depth study, preparing students to pursue further education in computer science, engineering and other related areas.

Skills learnt: Computational skills, Problem solving , Critical thinking, Collaboration, Expressing ideas and imagination​​

  • Code Easy Scratch 7-9 years

Coding, just like any other language, is learned best at a young age. There are many ways to teach programming, however, the main challenge is how to explain abstract mathematical concepts like axis, parameters and variables to young children. Scratch, a programming language that was developed by MIT, rises to the challenge. It uses colorful animation to help illustrate difficult concepts and opens a door to the wonderful world of code.

  • Code Easy Python 8-12 years

Python is a programming language that provides real skills for the future. It’s an amazing, text-based coding language, perfectly suited for children older than the age of 8. This makes it a perfect resource to follow up more visual, block-based coding programs like Scratch.

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31 May - 4 June, time: 09:30-11:30
7 June - 11 June, time: 12:30-14:30
14 June - 18 June, time: 09:30-14:30
21 June - 25 June, time: 09:30-11:30
7 June - 11 June, time: 12:30-14:30
14 June - 18 June, time: 12:30-14:30.



Telephone number

+65 9183 1993



212 Hougang Street 21 Hougang #01-319 2nd Floor, Singapore

How to get there?

3 mins walk from Kovan MRT

Entrance is behind the Laundromart shop

Close to Jforte Sportainment center