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Tel: 1 (530) 584 - 9441

Email: info@steamcupusa.org

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26228 Enterprise Ct,

Lake Forest, CA 92630

STEAMCUP INC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. 

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OUR PROGRAMS

STEAM CUP USA is a nonprofit agency providing STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) educational programs and competitions for students in the K-12 system through the use of Robotics. Activities in robotics promote key essential skills needed to be successful in STEAM related fields. Robotics promote systematic thinking, a programming mindset, active listening, judgement and decision making, good communication, technology design, complex problem solving, and persistence.
 
PLAY600 CHALLENGES

The PLAY600 Challenge is an open themed, design-based challenge, that introduces kids to basic STEAM concepts via robotics design while encouraging them to play and express their creativity.  

 

With this challenge, STEAM CUP USA hopes to lower the barrier of entry into robotics by providing simple and affordable PLAY600 kit.

MONTHLY CHALLENGES

This monthly challenge is to provide members of the STEAM CUP community an opportunity to design practical robot applications. This is in the hope of inspiring the next generation of robot enthusiasts. 

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PLAY700 CHALLENGES

The PLAY700 Challenge is an open themed, design-based challenge, that introduces kids to basic STEAM concepts via robotics design and programming while encouraging them to play and express their creativity.  

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With this challenge, STEAM CUP USA hopes to incite participants in creating innovative creations that could have practical applications with the  modular PLAY700 kit.

STUDENT WORKSHOPS

STEAM CUP USA workshop provides the opportunities for students to learn practical STEAM skills and hands-on problem solving.

 

Through the use of ROBOTIS PLAY kits students will learn basic science and engineering concepts, such as rivets, motor, and input and outputs. Using R+Design software, students have the opportunity to interact with 3D robot models.