Empowering the innovators of the future

Our STEAM kits are jointly developped with various community organisations throughout Quebec. Using creative and engaging methodologies, they assist students in deepening their diverse knowledge of the world of computer science.

Related Themes

Our learning kits cover 4 main themes and are designed for youth aged 7 to 16 years old.

CIRCUITS AND ELECTRICITY

CODING

CODING

HOBBY ROBOTICS

Kits for students aged 7 to 14 years old

We offer all our workshops online and in person, along with training for educators who wish to teach their own workshops.

Wally

CODING
The kit Wally the Walrus and the Great Storm presents the basics of the Morse code to send secret messages. By binding the real and virtual worlds, Wally introduces the participants to the foundations of programming in a simple and fun way.

Age

8-10+

Duration

90 mins

Unit Price

175$

Participants

20 +

Rolax

CIRCUITS AND ELECTRICITY
The Rolax kit is a connected ready-to-wear consisting of a simple circuit seft-created by each student! This activity introduces the basics of electric prototyping and allows particitants to send and receive messages between themselves using blinking light codes from their bracelets.

Age

8-12

Duration

45-60 mins

Kit Included

Yes

Participants

20 +

Coming soon

Tinka

Circuits and Electricity
The Tinka the Electrifying Ladybug kit allows kids to explore their artistic creativity by modeling and connecting a ladybug shaped electric circuit board that emits light signals.

Age

7-12

Duration

45-60 mins

Unit Price

20$

Participants

20 +

Gonzo

Hobby Robotics
Using the kit Gonzo the Scribbling Robot, kids will be able to build their very own drawing bot using familiar objects they have at home and can recycle.

Age

9-12

Duration

75-90 mins

Unit Price

20$

Participants

20 +

Behind the scenes

The GenieLab team has a diverse and creative skillset. We have designed all our workshop kits with care, applying the entirety of our expertise to the final product.

We learn by creating