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Technical Science @ Home with LEGO, VEX IQ and Raspberry PI.

It is never too early to introduce your student to the world of robotics. With over 400+ robots, hundreds of tutorials, ready to use programs and tasks to complete FLLCasts STEM platform engages students at home in technical science, robotics & STEM.

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  1. LEGO Mindstorms @ Home (8 to 12 years)
  2. - Introduction
  3. - Make cars
  4. - Make robots with chain treads
  5. - Make motorcycles
  6. - Make animal-like robots
  7. - A robot a "day" keeps the questions awake
  8. VEX IQ @ Home (8 to 12 years old)
  9. - Practice your driving skills
  10. Raspberry PI @ Home (12+ years old)

With home subscription you get access to all learn @ home courses, building instructions and programs for just $12 per month billed every 3 months. Parents and students no longer have to wonder where and how to start and what to do next.

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LEGO Mindstorms @ Home (8 to 12 years)


If you've just bought LEGO Mindstorms Education Set - 45544 or LEGO Mindstorms Retail Set - 31313, start with the introductory course for LEGO Mindstorms. Once he/she has learned the basics the student could let his/hers imagination free and create some of the thousands robots available on site.

Make robots

Or start creating right away. Here are a few themed robots you could directly build at home:

If you feel overwhelmed, you can just trust us and enroll youр student in one of the courses bellow. Each week the student will have an engaging robot to build with few challenges alongside:

VEX IQ @ Home (8 to 12 years old)

Practice your driving skills

A great way to introduce your student to the great world of VEX robotics is through building a simple robot and then try performing different challenges on a competition field.

Raspberry PI @ Home (12+)

The course is a great introduction to IoT, Electronics, Python programming, Machine Learning & AI. Students will use raspberry pi as a platform to program a RC car to be controlled by their smart phone. Then add sensors and make the car "learn".


Who is this subscription for?

According to the World Economic Forum 133 Million new jobs will be created in the field of robotics, AI and Software engineering. What better way to prepare your student for the future than introduce him/her to the amazing world of robotics. The subscription is great for parents that want to enhance their student development in STEM. Your student will build robots, learn how to make them "alive" and even make first steps in the field of AI.

How much does it cost?

The subscription period is 3 months, so that the student will be able to go through at least one course and build several additional robots. The subscription is just $12 per month, billed every 90 days. That means you pay $36 for three months access.

What do you get?

You get access to multiple courses. Your student can enroll in each of the courses and go through the tutorials, building instructions and challenges, while you as a parent are able to track his/hers progress. Additionally you get access to hundreds of robots and programs ready to use @home.

If that's not enough, there is 7-day money back guarantee, so you can try the content risk free. Don't wait any longer! Subscribe now and set your student on the path for future engineering job.