This Saturday: Kids Can Build a Robot, Create a Video Game at STEAM Expo ‘17

Now that he’s built his mobile robot, it’s time for a quick chat with a Little Ivy Academy camp counselor while this fair-goer programs his bot to make its moves.

You and your family are invited to join us this Saturday for an awesome day of hands-on science & technology fun at STEAM Expo ’17.

We especially look forward to seeing you at Little Ivy Academy’s interactive Real Discovery! Lab where your child can:

  • Build & ProgramRobot
  • CreateCode a Video Game
  • BuildDigital Smart Gadget
  • Animatea Digital Story

. . . just as kids ages 6-14 do in our summer camps programs at campuses in the Rockland County/Pascack Valley & Ridgewood/Glen Rock, NJ areas!

These girls are fascinated by the possibilities while coding their mobile robot’s moves, just moments before launching it into action at a recent fair.

Catch a new spin on real 21st Century STEAM fun (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) when you join us this Saturday, March 4 from 11 am – 3 pm at Suffern High School, 49 Viola Road, Suffern.  Admission is free! 

For directions and additional information about STEAM Expo ’17, visit, or contact Little Ivy Academy’s director, Erich Bassler, by phone at 201-444-8400 or by e-mail at

Now in its 2nd year, STEAM Expo ’17 also will spark your child’s imagination and curiosity with a range of demonstrations and hands-on activities, including the Science Circus, a live, interactive show presented by Liberty Science Center; the Challenger Center’s travelling planetarium; and more!

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