Origami – We may or may not want all our kids to be rocket scientists but it is when I come across articles like this http://2045.com/news/32974.html, it reinforces my faith that all we can do is to expose our kids to the possibilities, for sky is indeed the limit. Nurturing thinking, creativity and learning is what we can offer best as parents and teachers. So to create this idea of possibilities, to ignite the imagination, we will also include some origami model making along with the summer Robotics camp. As most of you know, my son Pranav has been an Origami enthusiast and has spent incredible amount of time learning Origami and continues to do so.
Pranav is excited to teach this and the models will be specific to the age groups. Cost of the program is $50/child/week. The class will last 45 mins – 1 hour and all the material will be provided. He plans on covering anywhere between 5-10 models in the week,
As I venture on this new journey, I look forward to your wishes, continued support and request you to pass this on to your friends and others.. As always, please do not hesitate to write, text or call me at 513.295.1599 if you have any questions.
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Scienzminds is pleased to have received the recognition of “Family Favorites” from Livingsocial.Scienzminds has been a favorite for families in the Fairfax County area. Kids have participated in several Lego Robotics and Lego STEM classes, through our partnership with Livingsocia
We have a wonderful group of kids who are enjoying our Robotics classes at our South riding location. The Robotics classes were offered through Livingsocial. We have 2 groups separated by age group. The next Robotics Course (Livingsocial) commences on July 27th.
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