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District: Central
Address: 12D, Kimley Commercial Building, 142-146 Queen's Road Central
Phone: 21357180
E-mail:[email protected]
Office hour: Workshops are on Saturdays
Category: ComputerEnglishOthersScience
Person in charge: Daniel Chun
Age Group: 8-16

The Little Scientist Club was first founded in Canada in 2004 as a supplemental learning and edutainment center that engages today's children and youths to enjoy learning through HANDS ON involvement in science, robotics and hobby projects.

This type of supplemental educational program is generally very lacking in the current schooling system and/or curriculum. Our programs and workshops can help direct some of the positive energies in the little thinking gears to the practical component of building machines, creative artwork, application of science and technology as well as generally building up their confidence and social communication skills.

Our workshops are fully supervised by experienced and energetic individuals and all workshops encourage the fostering of creativity, team work, social skills, organisational skills, interest in science, hobbies and entrepreneurship.


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10 or above  $2000
Total 8 Session
Fischertechnik is a brand of construction toy. It was invented by Artur Fischer and is produced by fischertechnik GmbH in Waldachtal, Germany. Fans often refer to Fischertechnik as FT or ft. It is used in education or teaching about simple machines, as well as motorization and mechanisms. The company also offers computer interface technology which can be used to teach the theory of automation and robotics.

Little Scientist had been a distributor in Canada for Fischer Techniks and now bringing this expertise in science and technology, engineering and math education (STEM) to Hong Kong. 

By 2006, Fischertechnik sets were available for robotic process control using “Robo-pro” software (the successor to Lucky-logic), on-board process controllers with flash memory, infrared and radio-frequency remote control, and pneumatic-activation. Robotic models could follow preprogrammed routes or lines on the floor, sense obstructions and change course, detect and move objects, and simulate everyday devices such as vending machines, passenger elevator systems, and traffic-control lights. In early 2010, Fischertechnik introduced the ROBO TX Explorer kit, which includes a color sensor.uild

In our workshop, participants will be separated into 2 persons in a group. They will learn to work together and under guidance to build simple machines and structure and finally learn to apply power-system components to a static engineering system with electronics, gear boxes,  powered motors, to motorise the system. 

8 to 14  $1600
Total 2 Session
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