STEMCafe’s Robotics Workshop for Kids in Nairobi

Article by Maureen Kasuku
Posted: August 23, 2021  

In this technology-driven world, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is what drives most industries. Thus teaching your child STEM concepts at an early age will help them to excel in the future. But, training kids on STEM concepts is not an easy task for parents or teachers. Kids are dynamic in nature and they will show more interest in practical things rather than theory. 

So, How to teach STEM to children? Robotics! 

Yes, Robotics makes STEM education fun for school kids. Along with STEM concepts, robotics help children to gain important skills such as problem-solving, coding, logical thinking, and more. 

If you want to convey these concepts to your kid but don’t know how, worry not! STEMCafe is here to help. STEMCafe is a non-linear learning space where kids (5 – 18 years) explore the amazing world of STEM through fun interactive activities.

Kids are invited to participate in the Mid-Term Makers Club, a robotics workshop coming up from August 26th-29th at Daykio Plaza off Ngong road. Kids can choose from the following categories:

  • Creating and programming a “Traffic light” (age 5 – 12)
  • Designing and programming a “Street light” (age 8 – 18)
  • Automating a “Smart waste bin” (age 8- 18)
  • Creating games & Animating (age 5 -18)
  • Designing and printing “3D prototypes” (age 5 -18)
  • Programming robots (age 5 – 18)

Interested in nurturing your young innovator? Register HERE.


About the author

Maureen Kasuku

Maureen is our resident cat lady and Beyoncé stan. She writes about spas, brunch and ballet recitals but has never been to any. Moonlights as a social justice activist in her spare time. She knows things and is obnoxiously opinionated on the internet but not in real life


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