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Arduino - 1: Jan 23 - March 13, Grades 4 - 8

Arduino - 1: Jan 23 - March 13, Grades 4 - 8

Do you want to dabble in building your own elctronic devices controlled through your programs... From blinking LED lights to internet-connected toaster ovens and alarm systems, Arduino offers unprecedented access to the world of technology. If this sounds interesting to you, then read on as to why you should be learning it right now.


Arduino is an open-source electronics and coding platform that allows anyone to build and program all kinds of devices. Arduino sets are simple electrical devices that allow you connect all kinds of wires and components together to make both simple and complex machinery.

#1 Arduino Has A Low Bar of Entry

#2 Become a Programmer in Less Time

#3 Build Cool Stuff

#4 Become a Problem-Solver

#5 Build a Foundation for a Career


The course is divided into 2 parts where part 1 builds on Arduino basics and students learn to prgram with digital signals. Part 2 of the course deals with more complexity and introduces students to analog signals and advanced features of Arduino.

ArduBlockly is used as a programming platform to allow students learn programming using a visual, block based construct. We would be giving an Arduino kit for hands-on projects and TinkerCAD for simulating circuits online.


Learn how to prototype programmable electronic devices and even create functional projects for your home, office, or even as unique gifts for friends.

  • Duration

    2 months.

    8 weekly classes 1 hr each.

  • Place


  • Timing

    Saturday 9:30AM - 10:3AM

  • Dates

    Starting Jan 23rd

    • Class schedule:
      • Jan: 23, 30
      • Feb: 6, 13, 20, 27
      • Mar:  6, 13
  • Fee:

    $240 for Tuition

    $25 for Arduino kit.

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