• Envision Robotics is an approved Special Interest Provider with the YRDSB and YCDSB.  We are pleased to offer lunchtime programs with our school partners.  These programs will run at the School during the student's lunchtime period.   Our next program is with .... Forest Run Public School [REGISTRATION PAUSED]
    • Grades 2 - 6
      • Program:  Applied STEM
        • Students will learn engineering and science concepts while gaining hands-on experience with a variety of STEM technologies including robotics, Scratch coding, video game design, pixel art/animation, digital sculpting, 3D design, and much more!
        • No prior experience with robotics, coding, or other STEM technologies is required
      • Start:  Thursday, April 4th
      • Duration:  8 weeks, every Thursday
      • Location:  Room 103
    Blessed Chiara Badano CES [REGISTRATION PAUSED]
    • Grades 2 - 6
      • Program:  Applied STEM
        • Students will learn engineering and science concepts while gaining hands-on experience with a variety of STEM technologies including robotics, Scratch coding, video game design, pixel art/animation, digital sculpting, 3D design, and much more!
        • No prior experience with robotics, coding, or other STEM technologies is required
      • Start:  Wednesday, April 3th
      • Duration:  8 weeks, every Wednesday
      • Location:  Room TBD
      Program Details:
    • Tuition is $168+tax for 8 classes (register online)
    • Each student gets their own computer to use
    • Limited to 30 spots so register early (spaces fill up quickly)
    • REGISTRATION QUESTIONS:  info@envisionrobotics.com or 647-502-6319

    REGISTRATION STATUS:  PAUSED!!!

    In the ADDITIONAL INFORMATION field please add: your child's first name, grade, and teacher. If you are interested in this type of program for your child please contact info@envisionrobotics.com
  • Registration: REGISTRATION IS OPEN

    • Saturdays:  9:00 – 10:30 am, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  11:00 – 12:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spot
    • Saturdays:  1:00 – 2:30 pm, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  3:00 – 4:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spots
    • Mondays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 29, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 30, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 30, 3 spots
    • Wednesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Wednesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Thursdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 25, 3 spots
    • Thursdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 25, 4 spots
    Classes will start on the date listed above. Includes 1 make-up due to illness or other absence. See conditions HERE. The cost is listed below.  Sibling discount of 10%.  Use sibling discount code:  sibling34 in the checkout. Space is limited so reserve your spot now.  
  • Registration: REGISTRATION IS OPEN

    • Saturdays:  9:00 – 10:30 am, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  11:00 – 12:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spot
    • Saturdays:  1:00 – 2:30 pm, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  3:00 – 4:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spots
    • Mondays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 29, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 30, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 30, 3 spots
    • Wednesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Wednesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Thursdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 25, 3 spots
    • Thursdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 25, 4 spots
    Classes will start on the date listed above. Includes 1 make-up due to illness or other absence. See conditions HERE. The cost is listed below.  Sibling discount of 10%.  Use sibling discount code:  sibling34 in the checkout. Space is limited so reserve your spot now.
  • Registration: REGISTRATION IS OPEN

    • Saturdays:  9:00 – 10:30 am, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  11:00 – 12:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spot
    • Saturdays:  1:00 – 2:30 pm, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  3:00 – 4:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spots
    • Mondays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 29, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 30, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 30, 3 spots
    • Wednesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Wednesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Thursdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 25, 3 spots
    • Thursdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 25, 4 spots
    Classes will start on the date listed above. Includes 1 make-up due to illness or other absence. See conditions HERE. The cost is listed below.  Sibling discount of 10%.  Use sibling discount code:  sibling34 in the checkout. Space is limited so reserve your spot now.
  • REGISTRATION IS: OPEN

    • Saturdays:  9:00 – 10:30 am, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  11:00 – 12:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spot
    • Saturdays:  1:00 – 2:30 pm, starting April 27, 2 spots
    • Saturdays:  3:00 – 4:30 pm, starting April 27, 1 spots
    • Mondays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 29, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 30, 2 spots
    • Tuesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 30, 3 spots
    • Wednesdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Wednesdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 24, 2 spots
    • Thursdays:  4:30 – 6:00 pm, starting April 25, 3 spots
    • Thursdays:  6:00 – 7:30 pm, starting April 25, 4 spots
    Classes will start on the date listed above.  8 consecutive weekly classes that are 90 minutes each. Includes 1 make-up due to illness or other absence. See conditions HERE. The cost is listed below.  Sibling discount of 10%.  Use sibling discount code:  sibling34 in the checkout. Space is limited so reserve your spot now.
  • Robots Rule!

    Looking for an “out-of-this-world”: experience for your child’s birthday party? Book your next birthday party at Envision Robotics NOW!
  • In-Class Programs, STEM Nights, and Field Trips

    As GTA's leading STEM Education Center we offer schools and educational institutions a variety of options to experience our amazing programs.
    • In-Class Programs:  bring us in to help teach coding.  We have programs for students 1 - 8 with popular lessons including Scratch, Makecode, Python, and Microbit.
    • STEM Nights:  looking to showcase the latest and greatest in STEM education and technologies to your parent and student community.  Bring us in and we'll set-up a variety of demonstrations and lessons.
    • Field Trips:  Our spacious STEM Education Center can accommodate class sizes up to 35 students. We have dedicated experience centers that are fully equipped with the latest high-end equipment.  Located near HWY 7/Bayview we are easily accessible and have ample bus parking for easy and safe student load/drop.  Immerse your students today!
    GET STARTED:  email info@envisionrobotics.com or call 647-502-6319 today.

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  • Will drones be the future for small package delivery?  Companies like Amazon, FedEx, UPS, Dominos’s Pizza think so and are investing heavily to test and commercialize this new technology.

    What is EnvisionAir? EnvisionAir is unlike any program available in the market today.  We go well beyond the traditional “Learn to Fly a Drone” program by inspiring kids to program their drones to deliver a payload and payload system designed and created by them using 3D printer technologies.  Our drone programs combine drones, 3D Design, 3D Printing, and coding. Level I of EnvisionAir program consists of 8 Classes where students will:
    • Learn about drone fundamentals including how drones fly, how drones are being used around the World for different applications, drone safety and local regulations
    • Learn to safely control their drone using manual control and coding
    • Learn to 3D design a drone platform and payload taking into account the factors that affect drone flight and control
    • Learn to 3D print their platform and payload using various 3D printers
    • Learn to code their drone using coding
    • Run different missions / simulations to advance their drone coding skills
    • Have fun working with this emerging technology
    We use 3 different DJI drones platforms in the program including the Tello, RoboMaster TT, and Mini SE. What skills to students learn? Our programs are applied and packed with learning.  Students begin by learning basic drone control and safety with lots of time flying their drones.  Once they have mastered basic drone control they move to more advanced concepts and exercises that involve 3D design, 3D printing, and simulations with more advanced complexity. Our aim is to align their learning with practical applications and uses in the real world.  We want them to become problem solvers equipped with new tools . Do students keep their 3D designed/printed parts and components? Yes!  Anything that students create here using 3D printers is theirs to keep. What age group? This program is open to students age 10 – 13 yrs. What is the cost?  How many students?  What do the students need to bring? Each class is instructor-led and enrollment is limited to 3 students per class.  Each Part consists of 8 classes that are 90 minutes each and the cost is $370 + HST.  Envision supplies all the equipment (i.e., drones, tablets, 3D printer, and other technologies.   Students do not need to bring anything!  

    REGISTRATION

    • New session starting Wednesday, May 10 - June 28, 6- 7-:30 pm.
  • Registration: REGISTRATION IS OPEN

    • Mondays:  5:00 – 6:00 pm, starting April 29, 2 spots
    The cost of the Introduction to the DJI RoboMaster S1/EP class is $380 + HST and consists of 8 classes, 60 minutes each.  Includes 1 class of 3D design and 3D printing and 1 class of Laser Engraving/Cutting.  This course is recommended for students 10+ years old.
  • Competitive Robotics Team (Launching Spring 2024!)

    Is your son or daughter interested in joining a competitive robotics team?   Each year FLL engages over 500,000 students in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering.  Students participate as part of a team to build and code a LEGO robot to navigate the assigned missions of a robot game.  As part of Challenge (kids 10 - 12 yrs), teams also participate in a research project to identify and solve a relevant real-world problem. Visit the FLL site HERE to explore more about the 2023-2024 season:  Masterpiece. Joining Our Team
    • Open to 6 students aged 10 - 12 years
    • Weekly team meetings on Mondays and Wednesdays, 5 - 7 pm with meetings held 3x per week during competition period
    • Season runs from early summer 2024 to mid-April 2025
    For FLL inquiries to join the 2024-2025 team email hello@envisionrobotics.com or call 647-502-6319.  
  • Registration is OPEN....SECURE YOUR SPOT TODAY!!

    Join our 2024 Flowlab Video Game Competition!!
    • Tuesdays:  6:30 – 7:30 pm, starting January 16th (10 classes)
    • Open to students 8 - 13 yrs.
    • Last class and Final Competition on March 26th!
    • Parents will be invited on March 26th at 7:15 pm to view the games with an award ceremony to follow.
    Classes will start on the date listed above.  Limited to 10 students. Includes 1 make-up due to illness or other absence. See conditions HERE. The cost is listed below. Reserve your spot now.    
  • Laser Engraving & Cutting Youth Class

    This program is ideal for students that have an interest in learning about laser engraving & cutting, and, a desire to get hands on creating different projects. We have different Levels for students to progress through.  Level I, designed as an introductory course, includes:
    • Learning the basics of CO2 and RF laser technologies and how engraving and cutting is achieved
    • Learning the fundamentals of Lightburn, the industry-standard laser engraving and cutting software
    • Working on different project each class which includes engraving and cutting
    • Tips and tricks to optimize settings for different materials to improve results
    • Students will be using a Gweike Cloud RF Laser and and Lightburn software

    REGISTRATION

    • Students will run as a cohort with classes starting on New Session starting Monday, January 8th from 6:00 - 7:00 pm.  
    • Enrollment limited to 3 students that are 14 - 15 yrs
    • Each Level is 8 consecutive weekly classes that are 60 minutes each. Includes 1 make-up due to illness or other absence. See conditions HERE.
    • No previous experience required for the Level I class
    • All materials provided and the fees include a materials/software license cost
    The cost for Level I is $375 + HST (includes a materials/software license cost)
  • March Break (11 - 15th):  Registration is FULL

    Three themes for 2024!

    Our Exploration Mars is a robotics camp for kids kids 5 - 8 years is packed full of learning, experimentation, creativity, problem solving, and of course....FUN. A high-level overview of the weekly activity schedule is as follows:
    • Monday - Lego Robotics:  Build and code a Mars Exploration vehicle for use on our Mars challenge mats.
    • Tuesday - 3D Design/3D Printing:  kids will digitally sculpt an alien which they will 3D print. Students will also have the opportunity to 3D design and 3D print other space-themed objects.
    • Wednesday - Lego Robotics:  Test the soil composition of Mars using our Mars Detector robot!
    • Thursday - Martian Puppets:  Students will get hands on with a variety of digital design and laser cutting programs to create a Martian Puppet, which they keep!
    • Friday - Lego Robotics:  On the final day, students will have a choice of building and coding from 5 additional Mars-themed robot designs including Transport Vehicle, Command Center Vehicle, Surveyor, Satellite Transporter, and more!
    This camp features technologies including:  robotics, graphic design, 3D design/3D printing, laser cutting, digital sculpting, and more.  IMPORTANT:  We only have 10 spots for the 5-8 yrs group this March.   We have two options for our 9+ campers.   Our camps for 9+ campers are project based and help foster problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity. Medieval Times is a Maker Camp where students will use a variety of tools and platforms to create a large working catapult, which they keep!   This is a true creators camp where students use rulers/pencils to create their catapult design from a working copy and then replicate in a digital 3D design program.  Students also get to brand/personalize their catapults.  Once the measurement and design is complete students get to work with the RF Laser Cutter cutting out and assembling their design.  Towards the end of the week students will engage in some friendly competition to see whose catapult can fling a ball the furthest and more accurate! Students keep their projects. A high-level overview of the weekly activity schedule is as follows:
    • Monday:  Planning and pencil/paper design of their catapult.
    • Tuesday:  3D design of the catapult with a digital design program.
    • Wednesday:  3D design continued, initial laser cutting if the main body parts
    • Thursday: Laser cutting of the catapult and remaining parts, assembly
    • Friday: final assembly, adjustments, and fun competition to assess distance and accuracy!
    This camp features technologies including:  planning and measurement, 3D design/3D printing, laser cutting and engraving.   Our second March Camp option for kids 9 - 13 yrs is the very popular YouTube Creator camp!  This is an exciting camp for kids that wany to start their journey as a YouTuber!  Unlike other YouTube camps where students contribute to a "house account" - in our camp - students actually create their own YouTube Channel, which can be public or private, depending on parental preference. Here are just some of what the students will learn and accomplish in the camp....
    • Learn about YouTube (what it is, how it's used, how creators make money, etc.) and safe social media practices
    • How to create and personalize their channel including descriptions, tags, channel art, thumbnails, and more
    • Use our dedicated Studio, equipped with condenser mics, lights, and more to record and edit videos using a variety of software tools
    • Create a "Logo" that will be 3D printed and engraved on wood using the RF laser
    • Baseball Cap - students will also use the RF laser to engrave their logo into a leatherette patch which will be affixed to a baseball cap, which is provided.
    • Understand how to use YouTube Studio to analyze channel and video performance and how optimize for increased engagement
    A high-level overview of the weekly activity schedule is as follows:
    • Monday:  Learn about YouTube, safe social media practices, create channel, and plan and record first video
    • Tuesday:  Edit and upload first video, record second video and use advanced video editing software
    • Wednesday: Create channel art/banner, thumbnails, and logo
    • Thursday: 3D print and laser engrave logo, learn about YouTube Studio
    • Friday: Personalize Baseball Cap (provided) with logo, record and edit third video
    This camp features technologies including:  Video recording and editing,  digital design, 3D design/3D printing, branding, laser engraving and more! Space is limited for each camp.  Our camps are very popular and se sell out each March and Summer.  Due to demand we increased the number of spaces for our 5-8 yrs camp this March to 15 students!    We are now Full.   Camps run from 9 am - 4 pm.  Optional Before and After-Care is available.   All materials and technologies are provided for both camps.  A baseball cap is provided as part of the camp fee for the YouTube Creator camp.

    REGISTRATION STATUS:  OPEN

    • EXPLORATION MARs CAMP STATUS:  FULL
    • YouTube Creator - FULL
    • Medieval Times - FULL
    Child First Name and Age – you can put this in the “ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/NOTES” section before Review/Payment.
  • We have some amazing camps lined up .....Registration is at the bottom.

    PA DAY STEM CAMPS

    • Friday, February 16th (Toronto/Private Schools)
      • Kids 5 - 8 Years:  Geppetto's Workshop JR.
        • Each student will get to personalize and laser cut their own Lego Mini-Figure Marionette, which they get to keep.  Students will personalize the face so each marionette is unique.
        • Check out the video HERE
      • Kids 9 - 13 yrs:  Connect 4 Game
          • In this camp student will laser cut and assemble their own Connect 4 game, which they get to keep.
      • NOTE:  other lessons during the day include 3D design/3D printing and video game design.
       
    • Friday, June 7th - TB Announced
    REGISTRATION PROCESS: Select from the drop-down box below.  Add to Cart.  Proceed to Check0ut.  If you see the Camp price showing - REGISTRATION is still OPEN.   Child First Name and Age - you can put this in the "ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/NOTES" section before Review/Payment. Registering a sibling?   The 10% discount code for a PA Day is sibling8.  Use the code in the checkout. 10% Referral Credit - have a friend that might like to join?  We reward parents for referring new customers to us.  No limit on the number of referrals or referral amount.
  • Python Coding Class (kids 9 - 13 yrs)

    Our Python coding program is ideal for students that have an interest in learning to code with Python, a text-based coding language.   If your child is currently in Grade 8 this is a good course to get them familiar with Python Coding to help prepare them for Grade 9 where Python is often included in their Grade 9 Math class. Our Intro to Python (first level) class introduces students to the fundaments of coding with Python including scripts, errors, comments, data types & integers, assigning variables (strings, integers), manipulating variables, converting and swapping data types, data types, if/else, and much more. Students will also create several fun projects as they bring their skills together. Students continuing on in the Python program will continue to develop additional Python coding experience and knowledge through advanced lessons and projects. Our Intro to Python program is ideal for students that are 9 - 13 yrs and want to learn Python coding.

    REGISTRATION

    • Thursdays from 5:00 - 6:00 pm - Next Session Starts April 25, from 6 - 7 pm.  
    • This program is designed for students that are NEW to Python. Contact us if you are looking for a program for students with some Python experience.
    • Instructor-led sessions for students 9 - 13 yrs
    • Enrollment limited to 4 students
    • Program runs 8 consecutive weeks, 60 min classes with 1 make-up class allowed
    • No previous experience required
    • Fee is $360+tax
  • Python Coding Class

    Is your son or daughter enrolled in high-school and is interested in leaning Python? Our Python coding program is ideal for high-school students that have an interest in learning to code with Python, a text-based coding language. Our Intro to Python (first level) class introduces students to the fundaments of coding with Python including scripts, errors, comments, data types & integers, assigning variables (strings, integers), manipulating variables, converting and swapping data types, data types, if/else, and much more. Students will also create several fun projects as they bring their skills together. Students continuing on in the Python program will continue to develop additional Python coding experience and knowledge through advanced lessons and projects. The concepts and projects are aligned to high-school students and their learning needs.

    REGISTRATION

    • New Session will begin Thursdays [Registration closed - call/email for info]
    • Enrollment limited to 6 students that are 14 - 15 yrs
    • Program runs 8 consecutive weeks, 60 min classes with 1 make-up class allowed
    • No previous experience required
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