The Renaissance Child Robotics Level 2 (Virtual) 1
The Renaissance Child Robotics Level 2 (Virtual) 2





Robotics Level 2 (Virtual)


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The Renaissance Child Robotics Level 2 (Virtual) 1
The Renaissance Child Robotics Level 2 (Virtual) 2

6 - 12 yrs


Wed, Sep 8, 2021 - Jan 26, 2022


6:00pm - 7:30pm EDT


Lisa G.


8 students


Sibling Discount

Class Experience

Build, code, and learn with LEGO WeDo 2.0 or LEGO Spike Essential Sets! In this class, children will explore the exciting world of robotics and coding in a hands-on, exploratory manner. Your child will develop thinking skills, problem-solving skills, and learn how to collaborate with others to strive to build their best creations!


To attend the class your child needs:
*LEGO Spike Essential Set or LEGO WeDo 2.0 or
Use can purchase the set directly from the Lego Education website
**Laptop or tablet.
Classes are being held on Zoom. It’s a platform that will allow teachers to talk to the kids and hear kids talking back to her. Also, teachers can use their screen as a whiteboard or show any materials they would like the kids to see. You need to find a good place for the lesson and help your child to set up. Be near if your assistance is needed. And the last detail please ask your child to raise his/her hand to ask questions.

Class Requirements

  • must have previous experience with robotics

What you'll learn

  • Engineering
  • Coding
  • Problem Solving
  • Team building
  • Creative thinking
  • Mechanics

Sample Class Format

  • Project-based

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
See Schedule
Cancellation Policy

Cancellations require a 24-hour notice to receive a make-up class. 

One make-up per month offered for once-a-week classes 

No make-ups are offered for drop-in registration for any reason.

Semester commitment. $100 deposits are non-refundable.

How To Participate

Attend class via Zoom video

This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.

What To Bring

  • LEGO Spike Essential Set or LEGO wedo 2.0 set

Reviews for The Renaissance Child

4.9 out of 5

Based on 82 provider ratings

Charles D.

Jul 19, 2022


Fun interesting Learning content



Little Scientist
Location: New Fort Lee Location (Early Age Studio) | Instructor: Lisa Greenhut


Jul 5, 2022


my son loves the class so far

STEAM and Robotics Summer Camp
Location: New Fort Lee Location (Robotics Lab) | Instructor: Elena Melamed, Lasha Areshidze, Lisa Greenhut, Nikita Ramoo, Stephanie Valdez

Beth M.

Apr 14, 2022


Matthew really loves his class. I enjoy seeing the finished product. Ms. Stephanie is very good and patient with the kids.

Robotics Level 2
Location: The Renaissance Child's Home Studio | Instructor: Elena Melamed, Stephanie Valdez

Fuhua J.

Feb 12, 2022





Robotics Level 1
Location: The Renaissance Child's Home Studio | Instructor: Stephanie Valdez

Brent S.

Feb 11, 2022


Great format

Robotics Level 2
Location: The Renaissance Child's Home Studio | Instructor: Stephanie Valdez

Meet your Instructor

Lisa G.

Lisa Greenhut is the head of our LEGO Robotics and Engineering Program. Lisa is a science educator, curriculum developer with 20 years of classroom experience ranging from pre-K students to 7th grade, and a First LEGO League Coach. She received her B.A. from Brown University and M.A. in Elementary and Special Education from Bank Street College. Lisa Greenhut, is a science educator and curriculum developer in the Adventures in Science Program of the American Museum of Natural History.

About The Renaissance Child

Montessori Approach | STEAM | Robotics
The Renaissance Child is a home for well-rounded individuals & out-of-the-box thinkers.
Children from ages 1,5 to 12 participate in activity-based classes. The Reggio Emilia-inspired environment features a natural and eco-friendly studio design that creates a peaceful atmosphere where children focus, learn, imagine, and create.