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In short, no. We have determined the minimum ages of our activities as a result of many years experience delivering lessons in a variety of environments, to a mix of ages.

We expect that children who have an interest may be smarter than their age, and that is also taken into consideration when we set age limits.

Building robots, uses tiny nuts and bolts and younger children struggle to handle these parts. Physically their hand eye coordination isn’t developed enough to connect wires and components.

We also find that younger kids have much shorter attention spans and get easily distracted – robot building is a slow process.

More importantly, working with younger children requires different training, staff ratios and insurances than we are able to provide at this time.

Most of our workshops are suitable for ages 8+ with a couple of exceptions which are suitable for 6+