STEM Academy
Block Programming

Laurus K3 and elementary grades 1–5

We provide programming classes using Lego® WeDo 2.0. This includes 25 projects including engineering and life, physical, earth, and space sciences. Students will learn to identify the problems, think of solutions, and test their ideas and analyze results.

Course Regular course Advanced course
Number of students Maximum: 10 students *Minimum: 3 students
Lesson hour 90 minutes
Lesson time 16:00 – 17:30
Language English
Materials - STEM activities: supplies vary depending on project
- Construction and programming: LEGO® WeDo 2.0, iPad
Things to bring Stationary, indoor shoes, and water bottle
Lesson contents - STEM-based project activities (45 minutes)
- Construction and programming using LEGO® WeDo 2.0 (45 minutes)
Fee Entrance Fee ¥20,000
Annual fee ¥18,000/year
Material fee 【New member】33,000yen / year,【Member】4,000yen / year
Rental device ¥550/month
Tuition ¥20,000/month ¥23,000/month
Location Takanawa, Aoyama, Shirokanedai, Den-en-chofu,
Musashi-Shinjo, Musashi-Kosugi
Takanawa, Shirokanedai, Musashi-Shinjo


Guided Projects


Computational Thinking

● 8 Projects ● 4 Projects

How to work on the projects

On these projects, students will work in three stages: Explore, Create, and Share


After watching short videos, students will have a discussion to develop a deeper understanding of the topic.


In the guided projects students will follow the instructions as they build their model and program it. They will then modify it as they like.


Depending on the students' level, they will make reports with pictures and movies using the app or give a presentation in front of the class.

Open projects


Computational Thinking

● 8 Projects ● 4 Projects

How to work on the projects

In these projects students will work on the following stages.

(1)Defining the Problem

They will think about the given topic and define the problems that need to be solved.


They will think about different solutions and choose the one which they plan on following.


They will use icon-based programming in order to activate their model and they will try and see if their solution will work out.


They will evaluate their own model and the program to decide if they need to modify it.


Each student will explain their work and showcase their final model.

"Computational thinking is the thought processes involved in formulating problems and their solutions so that the solutions are represented in a form that can effectively be carried out by an information-processing agent."
(Jeannette Wing, 2011)

 Lesson contents of each course

Regular Advanced
  • Getting Started × 2 Lessons
  • Science
    • Guided Projects × 8 Projects
    • Open Projects × 1 Project
  • Computational Thinking
    • Guided Projects × 2 Projects
    • Open Projects × 1 Project
  • Getting Started × 1 Lesson
  • Science
    • Open Projects × 7 Projects
  • Computational Thinking
    • Guided Projects × 2 Projects
    • Open Projects × 3 Projects


Time Activities Details
(5 min)
STEM Review / Homework check Review of the previous week.
(10 min)
Speaking & Listening Discuss this week's topic using lesson materials.
(15 min)
Experiment Now it's time for experiments!
(10 min)
Activity & Discussion Work on a group activity with classmates.
(5 min)
Break Drink and bathroom break
(5 min)
Construction and Programming Review/Introduction Review of the previous week and introduction to today's lesson.
(20 min)
Create build a LEGO® model with the blocks.
(15 min)
Program/Modify Let's activate the model by programming it with the app! Then, let's modify our model and code to complete additional challenges!
(5 min)
Pack up Blocks are stored in designated sections of the box.


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Open: WEEKDAY 9:00-17:30