New session of Raspberry -Pi beginner level starting from Wednesday, 2/21/18
Monday 7 pm to 8 pm Raspberry Pi Beginner Level Age Group: 10+
Tuesday 7 pm to 8 pm Ev3 Lego Robotics Age Group: 10+
Tuesday 7 pm to 8 pm NanoB Explorer Age Group: 6 to 9
Friday 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm Raspberry Pi Advanced Level Age Group: 10+
NanoB Explorer class kids are getting ready to go for Jr. FLL Expo in March/April.
NanoB explorers unit one:
Ages: 5-8 years, class code: R5090
Explore and create simple machines and mechanism reflecting real world
engineering and technology using Lego.
NanoB explorers unit two:
Ages: 5-8 years, class code: R5090
Learn the basic programming language called WeDo; it is a LabVIEW based graphical language and simple
drag and drop software with icons to learn the first step in the programming world.
This class is designed to inspire and develop problem-solving, critical thinking, basic programming,
and fundamentals of engineering.
Ages: 9+, 52 weeks, class code: R9015
Introduction to Lego Mind storm using LabVIEW, basic Lego building skills, and brick programming.
Advanced Robot Mechanisms: dos and don’ts, Microprocessor, algorithm, and flow-chart, Advanced
Robot Programming # 1: sensor network, Advanced Robot Programming # 2: Logic and Mathematics,
Advanced Robot Programming # 3: data logging and interpretation, Introduction to engineering
drawing and Lego Digital Designer, 3D printing, and Advanced Robotics.
Ages: 12+, 16-48 weeks, Class Code: PD1216
In this class student develop STEM and robotics based products, this multidisciplinary approach will give
an opportunity to identify the societal needs and improve the solution in form of a product. This STREAM
based learning will focus on how to enhance entrepreneurial aptitude, solve a unique problem to design
and produce a meaningful product.
STREM and Art Projects
Ages: 6-9, six weeks, class code: AS6009
This class focuses on art using STEM and Robotics.
Ages: 10+, 24 weeks, Class code: TA:1016
Entry level, intermediate and advanced level classes available for middle and high school age students. It
covers home automation, electronics, sensors based programming and hands-on projects using Arduino and
Lego projects. Also Arduino and wearable electronics, and music module and much more.
Grades: 1-5, 4 weeks, class code: S0105
Safe and conceptual chemistry experiments.Making slime, crystal spikes, baking soda volcano, and flubber
using edible and non-edible items. Learn about density, viscosity, acid and basic nature of the food items and
their chemical reactions. Hands-on science projects using nanotechnology.
Ages: 8+, 12-36 weeks, class code: STEM1001
Hands-on projects using science, technology, engineering, and math. Cutting-edge research
projects using STEM. Project-based learning and hands-on activities focusing applied science and
technology applied mechanics and applied math and technology.
Ages: 10+, 16-24 weeks, Class code: TR1016
Very tiny general purpose computer to use creating games and stories from scratch, programming,
shapes with turtle graphics, programming with python, programming Minecraft, building Raspberry
Pi jukebox and much more.
Physics by Robotics
Ages: 10+, 16 weeks, Class code: PHR10.
Project-based learning using physics concepts in robotics. Physics-based hands-on projects via robots,
it covers Newton’s laws, force and motion, basic electricity concepts, energy and much more.
Ages: 10+, 16 weeks, Class code: TH1016
Hands-on projects using electronics and sensors. Develop device using electronics and engineering concepts.
Build home automation and other systems to communicate and get alerts through social media.
Electronics using Little Bits
Ages: 5+, 16-24 weeks, class code: E5014
Learning basic electrical engineering principles, and electronics by hands-on projects. How to apply
real-world technologies to school level projects using sensors, motors, capacitors, resistors, transistors,
Ages: 5+, Class code: M1100
Multiplication table, algebra, calculus, geometry, and engineering math for K-12 and above. Hourly
tutoring is available for higher engineering mathematics for college students.
All About Motors and Gears
Ages: 9-14,16 weeks, Class Code: E9014
Basic principles of the motor and its components. Hands-on projects covering engineering
aspects of motor and its wide use in real-world technologies.Hands-on projects using gears
and gear-trains concepts.
NanoBeasts proudly presents jewelry making for all ages. Beaded Jewelry class offers from beginner to
advanced level. For advanced level class please pick designer’s necklace/bracelets/earrings/anklets
from I Jewelry that you would like to learn and we will be happy to teach.
Note: Materials will be provided for an additional cost depending upon the level of class.