Lego Robotics

This program goes beyond the basics, offering a hands-on experience that involves building and coding.

LEGO and Sensors

In the core of our program, students don’t just build robots; they engineer them using LEGO bricks, integrate sensors, and explore the basics of electronics. This hands-on approach fosters creativity and builds a solid foundation in fundamental mechanical principles.

The course equips students with a versatile toolkit of sensors, including buttons, sound sensors, ultrasonic sensors, light sensors, and Bluetooth capabilities. Mastering these sensors goes beyond tech skills; it’s about creative problem-solving and understanding the synergy of technology and innovation.

Code Magic with LEGO Blocks

Central to the course is the mastery of LEGO’s block-based programming language. Students learn to command robots using this intuitive language, developing foundational coding skills essential for the digital world.

Advancing to EV3

As students progress to Level 2, their projects become more complex. They work on intricate designs, exploring variables and delving into functional programming with My Blocks. This phase prepares them for real-world challenges like FLL (First Lego League) and provides a solid foundation for the evolving field of robotics.

Part of the advance course is the active participation in past First Lego League (FLL). Students aren’t just building robots; they’re preparing for real-world robotics competition scenarios, fostering independent thinking and decision-making skills.


While the course imparts robotics proficiency, it also plays a crucial role in developing essential motor skills and spatial awareness. These skills are critical for overall cognitive growth and seamlessly integrated into the hands-on learning experience.

Students will also gain social skill (Soft Skills) through presentations. Through presentations, students learn to articulate their ideas effectively. Following the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), they create project documentation, present to peers, and refine their communication skills. These presentations, recorded and shared with parents, provide a comprehensive look into the child’s learning journey.

Presentations are not just a one-way street; they are a window into the child’s progress and achievements. By sharing these presentations, we create a bridge of understanding between students, parents, and the Bytes and Bots learning community.



Common Questions.

Open to any student. Great for a starting point for young student as young as 6 years old or students that love building LEGO projects.

Students will learn the basics of programming. They will understand loops, switches and movement blocks. They will also learn basic mechanical engineering where they will understand the purpose of the 2 peg rule and what role that plays with stability and sturdiness of the robot.

No. All project stay at the lab unless the student is using the project as a demo for a science fair project. We sell Spike, EV3  and NXT kits. Contact us if you are interested.

The mentor is the one that keeps track of progress. Usually the mentor picks project hat require the student exercise on the same sensor or new sensor. When the mentor sees that the student demonstrates some proficiency with programming then the mentor will move on to the next sensor/block. The final project to graduate from Buildologie NXT is Bluetooth robot.