Encourage creative thinking!
Center for Future Innovators' Robotics programs breaks down complex STEM concepts into hands-on lessons for kids of all ages. Students as young as 5 years old can use LEGO® Bricks to build models and bring them to life while learning teamwork and communication skills.
CFI also offers robotics teams for advanced students. From in-school workshops to after-school programs, our robotics programs improve kids' ability to apply scientific ideas to real-life projects and create tangible results. It's also known for being a load of fun, helping kids to connect science to positive experiences!
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Build Teamwork Skills
Students work together to bring their concepts to life. This encourages kids to voice their opinions, ask others for input and utilize their strengths as well as recognize the strengths of others.
Enhance Problem Solving Skills
We encourage students to apply creativity when something isn't working. By thinking outside the box and learning how to program the models they're building, they learn to recognize and solve problems.
Encourage Creative Thinking
By applying scientific concepts in a real-world setting, students can brainstorm solutions, use their imaginations to design models and see the tangible output of their creativity.
Our staff teaches kids about computer programming, then gives them the opportunity to practice what they're learning. Students complete the workshop with a better understanding of and ability to use computer programming.
Discover the exciting world of robotics in our LEGO WeDo 2.0 class! This hands-on course introduces students to robotics fundamentals and programming through engaging, age-appropriate projects. Participants will build various robots using LEGO WeDo 2.0 kits, learn to program through block coding, and explore mechanics, sensors, and programming logic.
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World Robotics Olympiad
CFI works with the World Robot Olympiad™ to inspire young people's interest in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) while giving them the opportunity to work on a project. Our goal is to train robot enthusiasts to think and solve problems in teams to collectively solve problems and expand their love of all things robotics and STEAM. CFI is the regional partner for the World Robot Olympiad™. We work to bring teams from around the world together to compete throughout the world to promote STEM education. Since the WRO humble beginnings in 2004, there are now over 26,000 teams involved from over 70 different countries across 6 continents.
Since the WRO humble beginnings in 2004, there are now over 26,000 teams involved from over 70 different countries across 6 continents.