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Program a robot during Museum Kids Factory


With Marty the Robot, children learn how to control a robot in a fun and active way.


Museum Kids Factory is from 12 to 18 August. Here children from 5 to 12 years old can solder, saw, make 3-d printing and make electronic circuits under supervision. From the age of 10 they can program a real robot. There are adapted activities for children from 5 to 7 years.  


Museum Kids Factory brings fun, future and technology together. Robots are certainly part of this, which is why the program has been expanded with Marty the Robot. This fully programmable robot has been specially developed for children. With a laptop and a simple programming language, children can have him perform a number of different tasks, such as walking and playing football.



12 to 18 august | Museum Kids Factory


At Museum Kids Factory, children learn more about technology in a playful way. 
Children from 8 to 12 years old get hands-on with activities such as soldering, drilling, sawing, discovering electronic circuits, drawing with a 3D pen and building structures. With Marty the robot, children learn the basics of programming.
There is an adapted program for children from 5 to 8 years old. They can tinker, draw, color and have their name printed with a 3D printer.
To give personal attention to all children, a maximum of 25 children can participate per session of an hour and a half. Experienced volunteers supervise the projects and help the children. You can get your tickets here.