Thinklum Robotics Club for Kids Stages Explained

Our Robotics Class students will learn how to build robots and clever machines, learn robots programming in a kids’ friendly visual block based environment, learn about electronics, electrical circuits, sensors for robots, applying mathematical thinking while working on robots projects.

What is my Stage? Check the latest projects you have completed. If you have complete the project listed, then you are qualified for the Stage listed to the left. (for example, If you completed "Race bot" project, then you are ready for the Stage 2)
Stage 1 You are joining our programs for the first time.
Stage 2 You have completed projects: "Race bot"
Stage 3 You have completed projects: "Snail Bot"
Stage 4 You have completed projects: "Avoid bot"
Stage 5 You have completed projects: "Loader bot"
Stage 6 You have completed projects: "Gun bot"
Advanced You will know it! You are already our rock star and a part of "Thinklum Robotics Squad"


Thinklum Robotics Club for Kids Stages Explained

Our robotics program has been carefully developed for children by STEAM coding and robotics educators from leading robotics educational institutions. You may check below how detailed and properly all materials are organised.

 Robotic project description  Detailed guide hot to build a robot from robotics kit Theory about mechanism and processes humans use in robotics engineering Coding challenge for children to learn how to code and operate robots


As your child progresses, our teachers will be offering him/her more complex robot projects and assignments to learn how to use robots in real life as well as prepare themselves for coding and robotics competitions. All robot programming assignments are performed in a visual programming environment compatible with Windows laptops, Android and iOS (Apple) tablets.

Thinklum Robotics Class - Advanced Robotics Class - Programming a robot - More InfoWe use real electronics adopted for children to build robots. It is not a toy and your child will learn how to build real robots.

Children develop logical thinking, mathematical skills, imagination. They learn various applications of robots in everyday life.