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Lego Robotics Party

A fantastic party for kids who really love Lego & robots!

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An interactive hands-on party with a difference!

Using laptops and Lego Mindstorms robots, children will be able to find out how a robot really works. 
The programming itself is based on Lego's easy understand NXT or EV3 computer program, whereby the kids intuitively use the simple 'drag and drop' icons to form their code.

Working in pairs, children are guided step by step on how to program their robot to perform precise movements as well as how to operate environmental sensors such as light and sound. The fewer the children, the better contact with one of our instructors for help and troubleshooting. 5 computers and 5 robots are brought to the party.

The robotics party is built around a series of challenges, dependent on ability and interest.
Age limited to 8 years and up. Includes access to free science experiments emailed every month!

​Designed from experience

Our parties have been designed by experienced science teachers and communicators to make sure that the balance is right; cool experiments that they don't normally see at school and all the fun stuff that you would see at a science toy store!

Plus we've run 1000's of science parties since 2004 so all experiments have been completely tried and tested. With all the great feedback we've had, you're child is sure to have a blast!

What parents are saying about our science parties 
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Thanks for a great party yesterday. The boys really enjoyed it – and so did we! The whole mix of programming, practicing and playing was perfect!

C. Jackson, Northbridge


Robotics parties are so much fun!

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Robotics party activities

Available in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra & Brisbane districts

Robotics Party Duration

The robotics party program runs for 90 minutes.

What do they get to do?

It's all about having fun and tailoring the party to suit what the kids can do.
Specific challenges that could be posed (based on ability and interest):

  • Lego robot bowling
  • Use motors to accelerate, brake, reverse in the correct sequence
  • Vary motor power to perform a point and curve turn
  • Use loop based programming to drive the robot in a square
  • Clear a table of light obstacles using a basic programming sequence.
  • program the robot to stop on the sound of a loud hand clap.
  • Use a light sensor to detect light levels in the room.
  • Use logic based programming to make the robot follow a black line.
  • Use a touch sensor or ultrasonic sensor to detect a solid wall
  • Program the robot to react to differing light levels in the room.
  • Determine the correct force required to score an ice hockey goal
  • Negotiate a maze of solid objects
    .....and more (it's only limited by time and imagination!)

The point of this party is to engage kids into computing in a fun way. 
The kids will have a ball whilst learning about how to control a robot they can relate to in real time.!

Includes access to free science experiments emailed every month! 

Real parent feedback from our science parties

Optional Lego robotics party invitations 

Priced at $0.66 each, these science party invitations certainly set the mood!

Lego robot party invitation

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  • Dependent upon how many staff are required and your location.
  • Dependent on when you wish to have the party.
  • We don't charge per child for a Lego robotics party.
  • Recommended for up to 10 children
  • We've had awesome feedback over the years from thousands of science parties since 2004! 
Call 1300 856 828or use this form to inquire or make a booking for your site.
For sites outside of metropolitan areas please contact us to discuss how this science party can visit you.

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Lego robotics party loot bag fillers & theme ideas!

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  • After the party activities plus theme ideas
  • Great for those take home treats!

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Kids robotics party FAQ's
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  • What do I need to organise?

  • Are robotics parties fun?

  • Can I run a kids party at home?

  • Are girls interested? Plus more...

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Robotics party venue ideas
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  • Ideas to run a party if you can't do it at home

  • Can we run it at your local community center?

  • What to look for in a hired hall

  • Advantages in running the party at home

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Parent testimonials & feedback
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  • Comments from a large variety of parties

  • They're great, rain, hail or shine!

  • Consistently positive since 2004

  • Collected after every kids party

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Decorative ideas for a science party
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  • Ideas to make a "mad scientist lab" at home!

  • Extra party games that kids can do

  • Suggestions for party loot bag fillers

  • Party cake ideas kids love

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Over 100+ Free Online Science Experiments!

  • Fun science experiments that you can do at class or home! 
  • Use for science projects or lesson plans.
  • Step by step instructions make each science experiment fun, safe, cheap and easy to make.
  • There are also links to good science websites, so teachers, parents and students can use this section as an online science resource. 
  • Of course, the science experiments are highly engaging for all kids! 
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Contact us

1300 856 828

5 St James Place,
Seven Hills NSW Australia
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