mBot is an affordable education robot for ages 8+ that makes learning robotics and programming simple and fun. Children build a robot from scratch and experience the joys of hands-on creation. They will learn about a variety of robotic machinery and electronic parts, the fundamentals of block-based programming, and develop their logical thinking and design skills.

Why we selected the mBot platform for our students?

Easy to build

Gamified Learning

Int. Competitions

mBot Robotics course has three levels - Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced. Each level is of 16 sessions on 1 hour each.

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What students will learn in the Beginners level mBot Course

Construct a Robot

What is Robotics? Difference between machine and robots, Introduction to Mbot, parts, robot assembly, software installation and introduction

Make it Move

Make the bot move forward, backwards, turn right and left. Make the robot move in a square pattern, make it move in a circular pattern

Avoid Obstacles

Learn how to build a robot that can avoid obstacles using an ultrasonic sensor. Introduction to wait, loop and switch coding

Follow a line

Make a robot that can follow a straight line. Make a robot that can travel along a curved line.

Move objects

Make and program a robot that can move objects from one place to another.

Give feedback with light & sound

Learn how to build a robot that can detect objects within a range and buzz a security alarm and flash lights.

​mBot Robotics Beginner Kit

mBot is a reasonably priced educational product that children can own and practice at home.  Students can use it to learn Robotics, for Science fairs and Innovation competitions in schools. They can use it from grades 4 upto 12, by adding more parts and accessories as the child's learning progresses.

They can start with block based programming and code it with Python as well as they grow and learn more programming. It can be used with Arduino and other electronics too, making the kit very versatile to use. What's even more exciting is that with mBot children can participate in various national and international Robotics competitions.

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Advanced level models that students can learn to make

Make a robot that can grab and place objects

Make a robot that can capture film in 360 degrees

Make a robot that can take pictures as it moves

Course Duration

Each course starts with a module of 16 sessions. There are 3 such modules. So total session of 48 sessions for the course.

Assessment & Certificate

After 16 sessions we conduct an assessment and share feedback with parents in the form of rubrics and issue a certificate.

Batch & Timings

Classes are done in small batches of upto 5 students so that your child gets individual attention. We provide flexible timings, with 2-3 sessions per week from Monday-Saturday.

Registration & Fees

Fees to be paid 100% in advance by Bank Transfer, Paytm, PayPal or Google Pay. To enrol your child send us Child's Name, Age, School, City, Parent Name, Phone/E-mail id on WhatsApp or by e-mail.

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MakerLoft's demos are meant to give parents an idea about the course content, our pedagogy and to see if the child would be interested in the course. During the demo our trainers also try to assess the child's aptitude for the course and make recommendations on the best options for them. Please ensure you have been provided information about course fee and kit price (if relevant) prior to taking the demo.

NOTE:

1. Demo fee is Rs 300 and can be redeemed against the course fee if you join the course.
2. All demos are conducted online on Zoom. Please check your internet connection, web camera and microphone are working properly prior to the demo. If there is an issue, you can call or WhatsApp us prior to the demo to reschedule.
3. At least one parent needs to be present at the time of demo.
4. Demo duration is typically around 30 minutes.
5. Demos may be conducted 1:1 or in small groups of 2-3 participants.
6. Demo scheduling depends on your availability and that of our trainers. MakersLoft is closed on Sundays, so demos cannot be scheduled for Sunday.
7. Demo fee is non-refundable

MakersLoft students win at International Robotics Competitions