Robotics Sound for Kids Programs Toronto
Robotics Programs for Kids Toronto

Coding: Real World Objects

After School and Weekend Programs

Ready to level up? Learn practical coding skills used in the real world by professionals! Our coding program will introduce kids how to communicate with technology, how computers work and how to harness the power of digital technology. By discovering the inner workings of computers, students will understand how applications and programs communicate with each other, while learning logic and design. Kids can create their own chat bots, websites, animations and more.

By the end of the program, kids will make an amazing invention of their own, which they will be able to share, beta-test and launch. Join us for this collaborative program and learn to make something positive in the digital world! The technical and 21st century skills developed are transferable to many disciplines and are used by professional coders. Students will work with coding language that lays between Scratch and Arduino. It takes block-based coding into the real world. 

Spring programs begin April 25!

Program Details

Program Info

Ages 8-12
10 weeks
Multiple start dates
All experience levels welcome

Hardware + Software

And more!

What will kids learn?

At the end of the program, kids will learn technical and soft skills, including: coding, problem solving, product design and engineering.

What do kids make?

Kids will bring their invention to life. Projects include websites, animations and chatbots

MakerKids Experience and Skillset

Empower the leaders of tomorrow with the skills and mindsets to change the world.

Project-Based Learning

As an open-ended, exploratory program, kids are encouraged to push their boundaries and invent something awesome. The iterative design process is introduced, and kids face problems and challenges where there is no right solution but lots of possibly successful approaches. Kids, from beginning to end, will design their own creation, prototype it and improve on it further.

21st Century Skills

Students will meet other like-minded kids and will be able to collaborate on apps together and play together. They will learn, both, technical and soft skills like: engineering, coding, communication, logic and game design. By coding real world objects, students will be able to see the results of their work, receive continuous feedback that will help them grow and develop transferable skills.

Robotics Programs for Kids Toronto
Robotics Programs for Kids Toronto

The MakerKids Difference

Great Instructors

Our instructors are highly trained and come from various backgrounds, including engineering, theatre, music and design. They have worked at City of Toronto, P&G and YMCA. CEO, Jennifer Turliuk, attended the Graduate Studies Program at NASA’s Singularity University and business school at Queen’s University.

Leading Edge Technology

We use leading edge technology used by industry professionals. We use Arduinos, which was used to prototype the Square Reader, in our robotics programs. Kids will work with real coding languages, wires, LEDs and more to create their robotic inventions.

Space to Experiment

Our makerspace is a safe space for kids to experiment. Our instructors are first aid trained, police checked, go through rigorous training and assist lead instructors before teaching. Our mentors are trained to work with different learning abilities and behavioural issues. Kids work in groups, design on and offscreen and have time for games/park.

My boys flourish here and look forward to it every week. They show social skills improvement and more confidence since coming to MakerKids and finding their “tribe.” Happy children make me a happy and grateful mom. Thanks MakerKids for creating programs for my quirky, “outside the box thinking” boys.



I love that the kids take the lead on their projects and learn how to achieve their goals Absolutely the kind of things my kids are interested in exploring in a guided setting!


This MakerKids Graduate learned key sound, robotics and design concepts and now runs his own business fixing stereo equipment in his neighbourhood!

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Sample Class

Welcome to MakerKids and ice breakers
4:10-4:50 Coding Discovery
Instructors will guide students through key coding concepts while kids try it themselves and collaborate
4:50-5:00 Break
Kids can have their snacks, play games and explore our Inspiration Station
5:00-5:40 Let’s get Making!
Kids will experiment and create their own project and invention from the lesson
5:40-5:45 Clean up
5:45-5:55 Show and tell
See the work the kids have created!

Tuition Includes

(starts at $16.25/hour)

  • All materials for activities
  • Laptops to use
  • Experienced instructors
  • One-on-one coaching
  • Badge of completion

Register for a Coding Program!

Programs are 8 or 10 weeks long

Ages 8-12

There will be no weekly classes on: 

Saturday-Monday, May 20-22 (Victoria Day)

Tuesdays 4-6pm

April 25-June 27, 2017
10 weeks

Sundays 1-3pm

April 30-June 25, 2017
8 weeks

Wednesdays 6-8pm

April 26-June 28, 2017
10 weeks

Saturdays 1-3pm

April 29-June 24, 2017
8 weeks

Spring programs begin April 25!

Why Choose MakerKids?

Kids Coding

21st Century Skills

In our kids' STEM programs, your child will learn a wide variety of skills, not just tech skills. Social and emotional competencies: A) confidence B) social skills and C) engagement. Technical skills: A) coding, B) design, and C) electronics.

Robotics Programs for Kids Toronto

Advanced Curriculum

We’ve developed curriculum for Intel and trained staff from the Toronto Public Library and various school boards. Programs are designed and created by industry professionals and makers.

Robotics Programs for Kids Toronto

Real Results

MakerKids graduates have started businesses, led classes, been featured on national TV and have shown academic and social improvement in and outside of school.

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Mental Health Improvements

Parents and schools have reported improvements in mental health, behaviour and learning development. Students have overcome issues like aggression, stress and anxiety. Your child can find their tribe at MakerKids!

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MakerKids was named “Best Kids’ Workshops” by Toronto Life Magazine. We run programs at schools throughout the GTA, such as Toronto French School, Kingsway College, and more.

Robotics Programs for Kids Toronto


Does my child need experience coding?

Our classes are open to new and experienced kids of all backgrounds. With our small ratio of 1 instructor for every 8 kids, our instructors will be able to work with each child’s individual needs. We go over coding fundamentals and may hold breakout sessions for beginners and advanced students. It is recommended that kids have computer skills (e.g. typing).

Do we have to bring our own laptop and supplies?

We will provide all the materials needed for the program and activities, which may include laptops and any software.

What will my kid make?

Kids will learn how to code different inventions. They will be able to prototype their own video game, app and even real world objects (robotics).

Love Coding? Check out our other Coding programs!

Coding Programs for Kids Toronto

Coding: Code an App

By coding and designing their own game, they can create different worlds, more complex functions and customize their own characters. They will leave with broad comprehension of logic, flow and design.

Coding Programs for Kids Toronto

PA Day Sampler

Ignite your inner inventor! Spend a day with us learning coding, robotics and Minecraft. Kids will work with others to learn technical skills key to the real world and 21st century skills. Kids will develop their own project in each topic.

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4-Day Innovation Camp

Students are immersed in a world of creativity, innovation and real world skills. In our Innovation Camps, kids are introduced to all our three core STEM topics: Robotics, Coding and Minecraft.

All MakerKids STEM Programs

Fall Term:
Make it Light Up

Winter Term:
Make Sound

Spring Term:
Make it Move

Fall Term:
Code a Video Game

Winter Program:
Code an App

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