Open Play Pass - February Per Diem
Come and play on Tuesdays and Thursdays!
Use the new X-ROBOTX Open Play pass to come to our STEM Center and explore the world of LEGO and Robotics. This is a great way for local kids to socialize under the supervision of our assistant X-Perts. Come every Tuesday or Thursday at 4PM or just when you can! The choice is yours. Drop off for weekly Free Play times are Tuesdays and/or Thursdays any time from 4:00-5:15PM . This entitles each Free Play Pass holder to drop off their little engineers for up to 2.5 hours per week. Each Week there will be a build challenge and select robotics kits to explore based on age and experience at X-RobotX. Students will have access to robotics kits and equipment, but Open Play times do not include traditional lessons and instruction - just free play and exploration! If a child requires constant redirection and reminders to not touch the materials that are not being offered that day we will kindly request they sign up for one of our courses instead of OPEN play. Please note that to limit congestion and provide excellent care and service, we will limit our issuing to only 8 Free Play Passes for each month. Free Play Dates & Times: Tuesdays from 4:00-5:15PM - 2/6, 2/13, 2/27 Thursdays from 4:00 - 5:15PM - 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 2/29 LEGO®S & KITS AVAILABLE: Varies by age group, but thousands of free building bricks and supplies are accessible to create amazing works of art and engineering! GRADES: Children currently enrolled in an X-RobotX Course = 3rd grade and up. ( unless approved by Mr. X) Children new to X-RobotX must be in 4th grade or older. OTHER INFORMATION: We are working very hard to ensure this is not a drop off babysitting service. We are not staffing for that. We want our little engineers to feel comfortable in the space and enjoy some time each week to focus and challenge themselves. BEHAVIOR POLICY: Our company was created to provide students of all ages and levels positive experiences to build an interest in the sciences. Students participating in X-ROBOTX STEM and robotics classes are expected to conform to teacher expectations for behavior. This includes using appropriate language and physical behavior during class, towards teachers and other students. Teachers will intercede to redirect and correct problematic behaviors as they occur. When these strategies are not successful in changing behavior and/or serious incidents occur, it is necessary for additional action to be taken.
Mr. X-robotX, Hicksville Road, Seaford, NY, USA