2017 PROGRAMS : 
For Kids ages 6 to 13 years

Children's Garden Montessori:


8565 Gratitude Trail,

Plano, TX 75024

Children's Garden Montessori:


10955 Custer Rd,

Frisco, TX 75035

Wisdom Montessori Academy:


25679 Smotherman Rd

Frisco, TX 75033

West Plano Montessori Academy:

West Plano 

3425 Ashington Ln,

Plano, TX 75023

Please Note: All classes can be cancelled anytime if the minimum student enrollment are not met.You will receive full refund of the tuition if your class is cancelled. 

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Learning S.T.E.M subjects isn’t achieved in a day and is more akin to learning an instrument or a sport. Kids Robotech Club provides kids new challenges and projects that will develop their skills and knowledge.

For Kids ages 6 to 13

Kids are grouped as :

6 to 9 years and 10 to 13 years

Activities for Integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.Coding, Building, Computational Thinking, Teamwork and Lots of fun!!

     Our STEM Imagination Camp program, stimulate and engage children's thinking as we integrate STEM experiences throughout the 5 days of the week. These engaging, developmentally appropriate activities maximize children's learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This camp allows students to get exposed to multiple components of STEM in our club environment which inspires creativity and fun.


The Edison programmable robot is an all-in-one solution for students to enjoy the hands-on experience of programming, electronics, and robotics.First they will learn basic robotics and how robot sensors work ,learn interesting electronics about robotics and  to calibrate the sensitivity of Edison’s obstacle detection with no programming.Then they will learn programming Edison . Learn how to write their own robot controlling programs using EdWare’s easy to use drag and drop graphical programming software.Finally they will build the EdDigger and the EdPrinter by combining Edison and Lego's.:The EdDigger  is a a remote control  robot Lego digger and the EdPrinter is a simple lego printer that can draw shapes on paper. 

Our beginner level robotics is based on an award winning program that teaches the fundamentals of building and programming robotics. This program is designed so that keen young engineers of the future can learn about new technologies and robots that could improve life in a modern city. To see the solutions in action, children build and program robots.

Learn to incorporate logic and sensors as you build robots that move, sense and react to the environment. Like its WeDo counterpart, the CityCAMP NXT lesson plan is designed around robots and modern urban technology. Building and programming models will inspire young engineers to dream up ideas that could improve life in a modern city.





Children will be learning to build, code, fly and race drones. crash and rebuild mini drones out of Lego pieces and by 3D printing pieces. An experience that’s not only fun,hands on but also highly flexible; no matter their level of expertise. They will learn to
modify and create their own design using the 3D printer besides learning all the functions of the electronic components that make the drone fly.Students practice their drone flying skills in a virtual environment before they are ready to execute the commands on a real drone. The curriculum includes 10 scaffold lessons and introduces kids to safe and fun drone-flying as well as relevant programming concepts as they complete fun missions such as:
*Program a drone’s flight path from takeoff to landing * Build a drone controller to control a drone in real time *Program flips, turns and other stunts * Integrate loops and variables to make geometric patterns * Code games such as Flappy Drone and drone racing. There’s nothing like the thrill of seeing what you made, take to the skies.

Please Note: All classes can be cancelled anytime if the minimum student enrollment are not met.You will be offered alternative options or a full refund.


Think. Create. Build. Amaze. VEX! Using VEX Robotics kits, students will learn to build and program robots. The project-based program instills proper engineering practices from an early age, while maintaining the fun and excitement that comes from playing with VEX IQ. Working in teams, students will use the structural elements and mechanisms to create fully functioning, remote-controlled robots. Both head-to-head and team based challenges add thrills and fun to an already exciting class.



Kids will follow an adventure game map to assemble the electronics, solve in-game puzzles and challenges in a MINECRAFT world. The Piper Kit is a really cool toolbox based on Raspberry Pi (hardware) and a Minecraft Mod (software) with several levels based on a story. In each level, there is a challenge that requires a physical build on the components provided, including motion detectors, a proximity sensor with an LED strip, switches to control bridges and hidden doors, and more. In this class, students work in teams to build the computer and solve the electronics challenges together. Students will have the opportunity to explore Scratch and Python programming with the Raspberry Pi and other peripherals. 


The Kano Computer Kit is not just a computer the kids will build themselves, it also comes with an amazing operating system made for them to learn how to code with simple steps, stories and challenges and hack in Minecraft. "Hacking" a game is using outside methods to produce certain results in the game. Building a wild structure or creating their own super powers and unleash a world with a few clicks in Minecraft is great for kids’ creativity. With a Raspberry Pi 2 microcomputer at its heart, Kano helps kids understand the ins-and-outs of computer circuitry, getting them on their way to an education in coding. 


Mod Design teaches students how to build their own Mods in Minecraft by using Blocky. It is a great way to learn deep computer science concepts like if-statements, loops, Data types, Boolean logic, object-oriented programming, event-driven programming and more. They learn to Mod Minecraft without typing and learn coding concepts without annoying syntax errors. Blocks are every bit as powerful as JavaScript, but easier to use.​ 


Campers are organized into small teams and create their own clans. As a clan, they plan and implement strategies to build their city while working to become the most powerful clan in the realm. Do you build the best defense? Do you create an offensive juggernaut or a combination of both? Each clan will get to choose their path as they fight to become the top clan.

Please Note: All classes can be cancelled anytime if the minimum student enrollment are not met.You will be offered alternative options or a full refund.



The City X Project is an educational program for 9-13-year-old students that teaches creative problem solving using 3D printing technologies and the design process. It teaches basic 3D modeling, printing & design thinking skills to highlight the importance of creativity in problem solving and fosters cultural exchange & awareness by introducing possibilities for global collaboration. Given the opportunity to create without limits, what kind of world would kids create?

Each kid in the camp is presented with an issue faced by a fictional character in City X, and they must invent, design, and prototype something that solves their character’s problem. The issues faced by the citizens of City X are representative of real-world social issues that we face here on Earth.


The Little Designer-3D Design & 3D Printing for kids. This program introduces 3D digital design to children in a natural and fun way that encourages children to learn and explore. The program walks children through creating characters and models, and printing these characters on 3D printers, then painting and final touches. It drives children through creative processes and tools that are common in Engineering, Art, Media, and Industrial Design fields. The little designers are the new makers, young and smart kids that can create by design and make by 3D printing. They will be the next generation of craftsmen. When children have gained the basic understanding of 3D design and 3D printing, they are encouraged to take their skills even further. This helps move children deeper into their path of learning where animals, monsters, cars, and even spaceships can be designed and 3D printed.


Campers get the amazing experience of using Minecraft & 3D Printing. Students get to master design techniques and transform themselves into a Minecraft engineer. They learn how to create Minecraft objects and structures fast by pushing their creative skills to the max and learn how to use the 3D digital design and CAD tools. Each day they are presented with a creative mode challenge that introduces new building techniques as teams work to create masterpieces. Each student gets to create model that will be printed on our 3D printer.

Please Note: All classes can be cancelled anytime if the minimum student enrollment are not met.You will be offered alternative options or a full refund.



This Camp is a fun Maker Camp where kids 10 to 13 years will learn to build smart Robo car powered by Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Kids will build, program the car and then design and 3D print the outer shell of the smart car. They will make the car and then create their own sketch to realize different movements of the car as they want. They will further explore various sensors and learn to calibrate the parts so they can work normally under the ambient environment. After all is completed, they can then realize the functions like obstacle avoiding, line tracing, and light seeking, etc.


Students design and PRINT their own creation! Over the course of the classes, students are introduced to the development process as they conceptualize, design, and print. They will learn to combine shapes in the computer to design their own toys. Once developed, we’ll print them with a 3D Printer capable of converting a digital file into a tangible object. Our classes are designed for the next generation of creators; boys and girls, who like to play, imagine, draw and share.



If you think playing computer games is fun, think what a blast If you think playing computer games is fun, think what a blast learning to program your own games will be. Your imagination is the limit as you use GameStar Mechanic software to create maze, strategy, and a variety of other types of games. You’ll learn to design video games and about creating sprites, objects, events and actions. Using drag and drop programming, you’ll be creating exciting, professional looking games you can play with your friends. Once you master the design aspect of the game, students start learning. By dragging ­together colorful blocks of code, kids can learn computer programming concepts and make cool games and animations. No programming experience is required.


Lights, Camera, ACTION. This class lets your child create their own stop motion movies using LEGOS, cameras, and easy to use movie creation software. Kids will plan, storyboard, script and produce their own movies including special effects and much more. Students work with a partner to plan, write, produce and direct their masterpiece using environments they create with their imagination and LEGOs. They animate using LEGO®, modelling clay, paper or toys, and recreate their favorite scenes from movies like Minions, Frozen and Star Wars. At the end of the program they will upload their work at Creatubbles - the safe global community for creators of all ages - they can save, share, discover and interact with their films by pressing the 'Share with Creatubbles' button.

Please Note: All classes can be cancelled anytime if the minimum student enrollment are not met.You will be offered alternative options or a full refund.

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