The use of such an integrated set of disciplines will give your child the foundational knowledge on STEM, STEAM, Robotics, and programming, and probably might turn out into their first stem into much more complex robotics and engineering.
The Logic blocks course will allow your child’s curiosity to fester and develop their life skills like problem-solving, creativity, cognition, etc.
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What Parents say
I can’t remember how I found Blix on an Instagram page and today my child is completely loving it. I, as a mother who didn’t help him in science, robotics, or coding. But, Blix is doing really really good to him. Now, he is doing the second module with blix and he has stopped playing games on iPad or PS. I didn’t have to stop him, I just shifted him towards Blix
Parent of 12-year-old
Burhanuddin has gone through various free sessions of different coding classes but it never struck me that this is what I want him to do. But when I came across Blix I found that it is a hands-on experience. The child is actually doing something! Plus it is building his knowledge. I researched Blix on the internet and I decided that this is something I will give my child as a gift.
Parent of an 8-year-old
When I went through the courses of Blix, Akshit was really keen on learning robotics, AI, and ML. This propelled me to get in touch with you and when I received the Kit, I was expecting it to be a normal online available robotics kit but it was a well-designed kit with the construction set. Then my child started the live sessions and followed every challenge to build the robots. He enjoyed making line followers and many more amazing machines.
Parent of a 10-year-old
We found it really interesting to learn with Blix. I, myself love electronics and wanted to introduce it to my child. I planned to teach it with different sets to my child but I couldn’t do it. But, with Blix, it was much easier to introduce. When the live classes started, my child got more excited and interested in learning about electronics.
Parent of a 7-year-old
Session 1: Table Lamp
The table lamp is the simplest model to understand the use of constructional pieces, PCB blocks, Remover tool, Battery, etc.
Session 2: Smart Box
When we open the “Smart Box” the light turns on automatically. With this model, kids will understand the working of IR sensors.
Session 3: Autonomous Car
In this session, kids will be introduced to the motor and its functionality with the blocks. An autonomous car will stop when an obstacle comes and keep moving when the obstacle is removed from its path.
Session 4: Line Follower
Kids will build the logic for a robot that follows a line, just like an industrial robot.
Session 5: Challenge- Guard Robot
Kids will take up the challenge to design a patrolling robot to guard the treasure.
Session 6: Challenge- Edge Avoider
Kids will make a robot that will run on a table and it will not fall from the table. It has to detect the edges and save itself from falling off.
Session 7: Musical Robot
Kids will compose their own music by making notes on a sheet of paper, the robot will continuously read and create sound.
Session 8: Automatic Dispenser
Its mechanism allows it to dispense candies one by one.
Session 9: Cliff Pusher
This is a robot that doesn’t like anything on its table, it pushes everything off it. This uses a crank & shaft mechanism to convert the rotatory motion into reciprocatory motion.
Session 10: Wheel Sorting Machine
Kids will make a “Wheel Sorting Machine” which separates wheels without tires from the wheels with tires. It’s a replica of a quality testing robot from an industry.