RoboticsCall Alethea at 98286006 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire now.
We at Party Parlour are firm believers of fun and games but we are also advocates of learning. Lucky for you, we made it possible for your kids to learn through fun & games! Along with our buddies over at In3labs, we designed a Robotics Workshop that allow the little ones to have fun and acquire some basic knowledge about Robotic Technology while celebrating their birthday! The children will gather for a short demonstration on how to operate the robot, the game rules are explained and they will be flagged off in teams to their respective challenge stations!
Our robotics party include three games stations - at each station an instructor will be stationed to guide each kid and introduce them to the concept at play as well as the gameplay instructions. At the end of the day, the children would have a better appreciation of the robots and the technical components that powers the robots. If they enjoyed the session, In3labs also offers advancement courses for them to further explore the world of Robotics! We believe that the children should be introduced to the bigger world of technology and engineering and not be comfortably confined to the luxury of a tablet or gaming console. Let us be a part of your kid’s learning adventure!
$750 for 15 kids - 90 mins | $35 per additional child
- 15 pcs robot themed invitation card
- FREE Robotic Set Gift for Birthday Boy/Girl
- FREE Gifts for all participants
What is the recommended age group for Robotics workshop?
We recommend it to children of ages 5 to 9 years old. The games and activities are customized to suit their age group so as to keep it as interesting and educational as possible.
How many instructors will be present at the workshop?
Two to three instructors will be present at the workshop depending on the games and age group we are catering for.
How would these activities help my children learn more about robotics?
The distinct difference between this robotics workshop and other service providers is that we allow children to play and learn based on the scenario. From problem solving to soft skills such as communication, teamwork and sportsmanship through simple robotics competition. In short, they learn to play by figuring out and learning how the game works. We’re probably the only operator who have robotic games and platforms that are suitable for kids aged 5 and up since we use both Lego Education as well as a variety of Korean Robots.
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