Adventures in Learning Robotics | The Future of Education

Adventures in Learning Robotics offers hundreds of hands-on academic enrichment materials and kits with curriculum to teach PreKinder-12th Grade students Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM), Robotics, Electronics, Alternative Energy, Rockets Science & much more! AIL Robotics educational kits are a perfect resource for underrepresented & at-risk students to develop an understanding of STEM subjects through our Summer Scholar Camps and hands-on projects…inspiring the students to pursue STEM careers. Our kits are suitable for afterschool programs, classrooms, homeschools, and individuals looking to build a STEM foundation for their future. Join the effort to provide today’s youth with project-based tools to spark interest and passion in STEM Education.

The United States National Education Association:

“National Education Association Leads the Way with STEM Education 
If the United States is to hold a competitive edge in a rapidly changing global workforce, bolstering the nation’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce is essentialThe nation needs to connect students to jobs of the future by reengaging them in these important fields, says NEA President Dennis Van Roekel, and we must have the teachers to help get them there.” Source:

Adventures in Learning Robotics goal is to help students become interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) fields in elementary school and continue to advance throughout middle and high school, ultimately pursuing a college degree or profession within the STEM industries.

New technology in Robotics:

 AIL Robotics is an authorize dealer of EZ-Robot Inc.

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3D Printing the New Way to Print!

3D Printing is one of the most disruptive technologies around, and MakerBots are changing the way we create and learn. These printers are affordable, personal fabrication tools, compact enough to sit on any desktop, and allow anyone at any skill level to become producers, inventors and artists. MakerBot Operators produce physical objects from strands of melted plastic filament, an activity described colloquially as makerbotting. With MakerBots, students participate in project-based learning that is experiential in nature and has real-world applications. The process of designing, inventing and fabricating exposes students to various career paths such as industrial design and engineering, and allows them to directly engage with the tools used in those fields. MakerBotting engages students in the world around them, kindles a curiosity about how machines work, how objects fit together, and how the designers, architects, and inventors who build the products, spaces and technology in their lives have found solutions to a variety of design problems.

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We are a proud authorized dealer of Makerbot Replicator 3D print systems


Contact us today to learn about our Summer Camp Programs, 3D Printers, Robots, or STEM products!

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