HAVE FUN AND LEARN!
“To provide birthday kids with unforgettable experience, to entertain, teach and inspire them in the world of robotics!”
For Kids, by Kids!
Nat’s Robotics Academy is a company run by kids, for kids who are enthusiastic about Science and Technology!
We are also kids, so we understand our clients very well! We will engage your kids in learning how to build and program the robots, and they will have loads of fun!
If you live in Toronto and the GTA, you can invite us to your kid’s party – and leave the entertainment and fun to us!
Our programs are customized per age group, from as young as 5, to 12 years old. Please check below for more details.
Our Awesome Young Team
We want to share our love for robots and passion for technology with other kids and spark their interest in the wonderful world of robotics!
Hi, my name is Nat and I am 14 years old. My passion for robotics started when I turned 5, on my first robotics birthday party! Since then, I have been learning coding, going to clubs and building my own robots at home. I am now a Sci-tech student and competed at the First Lego League with my school. I also have experience “teaching” kids – I have been helping my karate instructors for over 4 years. I love my work because I also have loads of fun!
Hi, my name is Aryaen and I am 12 years old. I started with programming language, Python, from York University when I was 9. Later on, I got interested in robotics, specifically Lego robotics as I am a big fan of Lego. I am in Grade 6 and go to a Sci-tech school. There, we are building Sumo-robots with Lego. I have worked with Nathaniel in a couple of things like our school’s bake and craft sale and fund raising in karate. I am a 2nd degree black belt and an instructor in Karate. Lego robotics is very interesting and fun; it might even become your passion!
Hi, I’m Alex and I am 15 years old. I have always thought robots are interesting and I love working with kids. At the age of seven, I joined a Lego robotics club, and went up the ranks. When I was at the top, our instructor challenged us by making us build assembly lines and help the new children complete their very first project. I then volunteered in my middle school’s summer camp, helping out the little ones complete their activities. In high school, I helped two groups of ten kids from grades four to eight get into the First LEGO League (FLL). I hope to help them next year!
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