Do you want to run your own technology or robotics camps for kids? Listen to this awesome Podcast where TechyKids Camp Educators were interviewed on their experience of running a TechyKids summer camp! More information about TechyKids Camp out of the Box and application can be found here: https://www.techykids.com/techykids-camp-out-of-the-box/ This episode features an interview with Michaela […]
As a kid, Sharon Marzouk, Founder and CEO of TechyKids thrived in school with cross disciplinary hands-on projects. But these opportunities are often dependent on the individual teacher, and not part of the regular school system. She wanted to create more of a path for this type of learning that engages learners by allowing them […]
Visit us at @ Our Booth! Come to our Talk! Friday, Saturday & Sunday May 18-20 LOCATION: Zone 3 in Fiesta: Main Room What’s New? The TechyKids Learning System for Home and Schools! Come to our booth and/or talk and see how you can start learning with TechyKids! We’ll be at Maker Faire, will you? Maker Faire […]
It is a common question- how do the different educational robots compare, and which educational robot should I get? There are many out there, and it can be confusing to know which one to pick. Sharon Marzouk has been teaching educational robotics and technology for over 8 years, has working in schools, after schools and […]
TechyKids made a visit to Chester High School with an invitation from their Science teacher, Ms. Goldstein. Chester High school is a Title I school, and many of their students are on free or reduced lunch. After learning with the Thymio robot and TechyKids, the high school students showed high engagement and a strong interest […]
TechyKids held a community workshop at the Belle Haven that was free to participants! Kids of ages 7-11 had the opportunity to learn about robotics, technology and coding, getting hands on experience. The workshop was full with 11 signed up kids, with 5 boys and 6 girls participating. Kids enjoyed hours of learning, coding and […]
The TechyKids team hosted a 2 hour workshop at the Lewis and Joan Platt East Palo Alto Family YMCA for Play60. We had about 12 participants and they learned about robotics, programming, and how to build off of the Thymio robot. It was a blast!
Hammy likes to dance. If he presses thymio, thymio will move, and when there is something in front of thymio, he goes backwards.There is 2 ways to stop it , if there is something behind it thymio he w stops, and if there is something in front of thymio, he also stops.