We are sorry to report that due to family health issues we will not be holding Parties, After School programs or Summer Camps this season. We are actively looking for parties to take over operations but have not yet been successful. If you are interested in Purchasing Kid Institute of Technology LLC please contact us or see our listing on BizBuySell
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The Kid Institute of Technology
The Kid Institute of Technology is dedicated to giving kids in the Portland Metro area access to technology education in a FUN, SAFE, CONFIDENCE BUILDING atmosphere.
The Bits, Bytes & Bots Curriculum now offers Lego® Mindstorm® NXT robotics classes, stop-motion animated movie making, and computer video game creation classes for children ages 6-14, and will eventually be expanding its offerings for high schoolers. Children obtain a variety of technical skills and build competence and confidence while having a GREAT time during after school programs, private workshops, birthday parties, and summer camps.
The Kid Institute of Technology LLC was founded by Rick Lyons to bring the Bits Bytes & Bots program to the Portland metro area. Starting with classes on the east side and expanding west as the company develops.
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About a Birthday Party: “The Birthday Party was great! All the children were completely engaged from the time they arrived until it was time to go. They didn’t want to stop for the pizza.”
About Summer Camp: “Just wanted you to know that our summer plans will definitely include KIT! Your programs are part of our year-round schedule – whether it’s an after school group, vacation day, Lego® League or summer class, my son can’t wait to go to BBB! Thanks for offering such a great combination of expertise, fun and learning.”
This is a great alternative to the kids watching TV at home on break. They got a great introduction into several areas of computer technology. Highly recommend you try it out.
About After School Group: Throughout the six weeks, the students were involved in meaningful problem solving activities. I was impressed with the instructors’ enthusiasm and rapport with the students. The students were highly motivated to complete the challenging tasks the instructors gave to them. The students had fun, learned how to be better problem solvers,and are still raving about the experience.