STEM Academy
Brain Power

Kindergarten (Grade 2–3) and Primary (All grades)

Our classes follow Artec's "Intellectual Training" curriculum. There are three types of teaching materials: puzzles (twice a month), robots (once a month), and programming (once a month). We will work on a weekly basis over the course of 2 years.

Number of Students Maximum: 10 students
Lesson time 60 minutes
Language English
Materials Artec Intellectual Training material and laptop
Things to bring Stationary, indoor shoes, and water bottle
Lesson contents Puzzle, robotics, and programming lesson
Fee Entrance Fee ¥20,000
Annual Fee ¥10,000/year
Material Fee ¥30,500 Block kit
¥2,000/month Textbook Fee
*Students will get 4 new books every month.
Rental device ¥550/month
Tuition ¥11,000/month Regular course student
¥9,000/month Full-day course students
Lesson schedule
and location
1st year Wednesday 14:05–15:05 / Shirokanedai school
Thursday 14:10–15:10 / Shirokanedai school
2nd year Wednesday 16:00–17:00 / Shirokanedai school
Thursday 16:00-17:00 / Primary school *(Not open in 2020)

 Project Examples

Puzzle

Robot

Programming

Students learn trial and error techniques through the use of a fun graphical puzzle games.

Balance games, shape puzzles, color relays, etc.
● 12 themes

Students learn how to understand mechanisms while making robots with various functions.

- Beginner -
Car, sumo wrestler, crocodile, etc.
● 12 themes

- Advanced -
Ropeway, walking biped, moving lift, etc.
● 12 themes

Students learn the basics of programming by moving the robot while considering the procedure.

Programming vehicles, autonomous car, etc.
●24 themes

 Timetable

Puzzle

:00-:05 (5 min) Review / Introduction We will check today’s challenge in the textbook.
Let's try some examples first!
:05-:40 (35 min) Puzzle challenge Challenge some puzzle as you remember the rules.
:40-:50 (10 min) Print textbooks Students will hone "the ability to visualize figures in their head" using printed materials.
:50-1:00 (10 min) Pack-up Students pack up the used blocks in their own box.

Robot

:00-:10 (10 min) Review / Introduction Let's brainstorm by looking at examples of modern robots.
:10-:30 (20 min) Create and Explain Create the robot by following the textbook.
:30-:45 (15 min) Remodeling and Presentation Apply what you have learned to create an original robot.
Students will develop creativity and expressiveness.
:45-:50 (5 min) Assemble Let's review what students have learned today.
:50-1:00 (10 min) Pack-up Students pack up the used blocks in their own box.

Programming

:00-:15 (15 min) Review / Introduction Let's brainstorm for today’s challenge. We will focus on the robots programming in more detail.
:15-:30 (15 min) Learn how to move Learn the basic programming methods using the textbook contents.
:30-:45 (15 min) Mission challenge Challenge the level-up mission with the learned operation method!
Students will acquire logical thinking skills and problem solving skills.
:45-:50 (5 min) Assemble Let's review what students have learned today
:50-1:00 (10 min) Pack-up Students pack up the used programming blocks in their own box.

Inquiry

Open: WEEKDAY 9:00-17:30