Like traditional sports, competitive robotics teaches life lessons such as how to collaborate with members of a team, set goals, and overcome adversity. Our sport is also one of the safest and does not take time away from academics. In fact, we dive deeper into STEM subjects than most classrooms.
Research shows that tweens are spending nearly 5 hours a day on a screen—mostly watching TV or playing video games. At RoboKai, we teach kids that computers and joysticks are not just toys but tools—empowering them to rely on their own imagination for fun rather than on the imagination of others.