CompuChild® of Fairfield County Connecticut                            


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At CompuChild we provide an extraordinary atmosphere for students ages 4 - 13 to learn while having fun. The activities are designed to trigger young children’s lively imaginations and build their self-confidence. We offer STEM focus classes, camps and birthday party! We introduce children to the expanding world of technology, teaching them its functions, capabilities and possibilities through hands-on learning.

CompuChild offers following programs:



Our programs are offered at pre-school, elementary and middle schools of Fairfield County.  To offer quality classes our students to laptop ratio is 2:1. We also prepare teams for FLL and Jr FLL, so that student gets a chance to demonstrate their learning. 

NOV 3rd - DECth / JAN 5th - MAR 6th

            10:30 - 12:30
Birthday Party
          10:30 - 12:00
Birthday Party
12:30 - 02:00
Birthday Party
04:30 - 05:20
Grade K-3
04:10 - 05:00
Grade K-3

02:30 - 03:15 


  02:30 - 03:15
12:30 - 02:00
Birthday Party
02:30 - 04:00

05:30 - 06:30 
Advanced Robotics 
Grade K-3

Robotics experience needed 

05:10 - 06:10

Advanced Robotics 
Grade K-3

Robotics experience needed

05:30 - 06:45 
Robotics with 
Grades 1+

Robotics experience needed

04:45 - 06:00
EV3 Programming
Grades 3+

4:00 - 5:00

HTML Programming

2:00 - 6:00 Holiday Workshops

Grade K+

December 6th and 13th


 6:00 - 9:00

Parent Survival Night


02:15- 05:00
January Workshops
Register before DEC 15th and get 10% discount
8 Week Session (Mon - Fri): Robotics $145, Advanced Robotics $160, Mindstorms & Scratch $175
HOLIDAY CAMPS: Nov 26 DEC 29,30, 31, JAN 2, 16 FEB 16 - 20, FEB 23
Half Day ($50) 8:30 - 12:00 Or 12:30 - 4:00 Full Day $80
Workshop: DEC 3,4,5 1:15 - 3:30 PM $25


 Programs Offered by CompuChild

LEGO Mindstorms NXT/EV3

Lego Mindstorm is for students to learn how to build and program robots varying degrees of difficulty. Students will download pre-programmed sequences to help them begin to see the possibilities of their robot and then challenge themselves, and each other, to modify the program, using their own ideas, to make the robot perform additional maneuvers. The heart of the system is the NXT brick, an autonomous LEGO microprocessor that can be programmed with/without using computer. Once the students have designed their own programs, they are able to download it to the NXT Intelligent Brick. The program is sent from their laptop to the NXT using a USB cable. The NXT then executes the code that it receives from their computer. Developing programs with LEGO MINDSTORMS is intuitive and exciting.

For students Grade 4+


Its engineering time! Build and explore machines and understand their mechanisms, investigate motorized Legos, and study gearing mechanisms. If you like building with LEGO bricks you will love these new concepts for building and developing mechanical understanding of the world around us. We will do buddy building. Sprinkled between builds will be opportunities to team build and problem solve in groups. We can build dragster, dogbot, race car, shift gear cars, etc.

Robotics WE DO

Students will build LEGO Robots and connect it to the computer. LEGO® Robotics classes would help students to understand a link between the virtual world (Computers and programming) and the physical world (represented by LEGO® models). Students would learn basics of programming, engineering and constructing. Students will build dancing birds, drumming monkeys, hungry alligators etc. and explore the many creative possibilities of engineering with the help of our instructors.

Advanced Robotics

Robotics experience is needed for this class. Students will follow step by step instruction on laptop to build LEGO Robots. These robots have some missing information on gears, axle, etc. and they cannot move. Our robotics engineer would fix them and make them move with their robot building and programming skills. 

SCRATCH Programming

Scratch is a graphical programming language developed at the MIT Lab. Scratch makes computer programming more engaging and accessible for students who are learning to program. Students learn important mathematical and computational ideas, while also learning to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively. 


Everyone has a story to tell and in our animation class students create claymations and digital stories. Tell your stories with text, pictures and your own narration.

Our animation program allows student to express and develop new ideas, construct and manipulate shapes,  explore colors, create backgrounds, scenes, use motion to bring static images to life!

Computer ART

Learn, Explore and Create! Computer Art classes are designed to encourage a kid to work on a creative projects. The classes are for young artist. Each week we will make new fun project.

In our six weeks session, we will learn basics of photography by taking photos using our digital camera and edit by decorating it with stamps and borders. We will make our sketch photo book, personalized tablemats, magnetic stickers, calendar and cards.


Programs for Pre-school


We bring LEGO Robotics kit, with the help of our coach kids build robots connect it to the computer and program it to move, spin, add sound and background. 

We make personalized stickers, cards, bookmarks, etc. with kids and print it out. 



Komal holds a Masters degree in Computer Management and over 12 years of corporate IT experience. She and her family, including two young children, live in Westport, Connecticut.

She has enjoyed teaching her two young children about technology. As she has watched her children's love for computers grow and seen first hand the positive impact in their lives, Komal decided that she wanted to make a difference in the lives of other children too.


Komal Vora, Program Director

Phone: (203) 921-7905

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Vidya holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineer, Certificate in Computer Science from Loyola University Chicago and had 3 years of IT experience . She and her family with two children live in Westport, Connecticut.

She has been teaching her young kids about technology through play, enjoyed making learning is fun,  seeing them so happy while learning and decided to teach other children that learning technology  are educational and fun.


Vidya Gorre, Program Director

Phone: (203) 981-3043

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