My nephew, a young age of 15, own curiosity, from watching you tube videos and doing research on the Internet, and built a robotic vacuum cleaner to his mother. Now the thing that surprised all of us, and it actually works, with a few quirks, of course, like when you hit the wall, you have to turn it

Then it will continue on sweeping the floor. It was even more surprising that lasted for

A few weeks before he died in the end we have.

Out of curiosity simple and encouragement and support of his parents, which allowed him the freedom to explore curiosity, he was able to build a robotic vacuum cleaner. Up to this point, if

Have you asked him what he wanted to do in life, he does not have the answer for you. But today, he is an electronics engineer in the information technology center in India, Bangalore. It is where it is today, simply because he was curious, talented, and had the freedom to explore and learn.

Imagine your children, if they also allowed them to explore all that affects their curiosity. Where they end up in life? So, if your children, as most children, tinkering always with electronics in your home, or are curious to see how things work, and then maybe they need to be in a class that allows them to explore the wonder and strangeness, like robots category, of which there are many in Pune.

The most beautiful thing about robots category is that it allows for the development of both sides of the brain. Surprisingly, is not it? The reason behind this is that it takes creativity to design a robot, along with the necessary software logical thinking, allows for both sides to develop evenly. There have been many studies that have demonstrated the importance of proper brain development in children, especially the equal development of both sides. Even enroll your children in a class of robots, that would awaken wonder for science, computers, programming, engineering and creativity as well. Support the growth of your children by giving them the freedom to explore their curiosity and childlike wonder.

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