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TECH & Design CLUB

Today a Learner, Tomorrow a Leader!

2019 Monthly Themes


September - Space City

October - Spooktacular

November - Explorers

December - Winter Wonderland

Days and Times 


Robotics Teams
Saturday - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Inventor Teams

Friday - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Saturday - 1:00pm to 3:00pm



$135.00 - 4 classes

$250.00 - 8 classes

Grade Requirement

2nd to 8th Grade


Take 1 Academy's

Youth Maker Space Workshop

2986 Teagarden St.

San Leandro, CA 94577

Contact Info

(510) 280-2944


Robotics Teams

Emphasis: Programming the use of motors, lights, sound and sensors on a machine to achieve stated objectives. Opportunity to participate in robotics competition.

Primary skills:

  • Computational Thinking

  • Understanding the elements of programming

    • Loops

    • Variables

    • Events

    • Conditions

  • Using block based or stateful programming

Inventor Teams 

Emphasis: Assembly of prototypes based on a design thinking process, taking an idea from your mind and being able to assemble in physical form. Opportunity to participate tech challenges.

Primary skills:

  • Engineering

  • Modeling

  • Prototyping

  • Materials handling

  • Tools usage and safety

Why Join the Tech & Design Club?

Take 1 Academy’s Technology and Design Club brings out the very best in children who love and want to experience the joys of building, making, and creating! We emphasize peer collaboration, communication, skills mastery, and the courage to take on new challenges.

All our programs are hands on with robotics, power tools, fabrication, 3d printing, circuits, and much more in a safe fun workshop environment!

What is the Youth Maker Space Workshop?

Take 1 Academy's Youth Maker Space Workshop in San Leandro provides a safe and regular gathering place for children to learn, discover, and build with other like minded children. Students will be able to access a variety of age appropriate robotics, electronics, hand tools, 3D printers and much more. 

What is project based learning?

Project based learning is our primary teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skill by working on theme based projects. Students learn how to work with tools, materials, and technology in the context of their chosen project. 

Tech & Design Club - Interest List

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