20 Jun Lego Robotics Maker Camps
The first Jr. Lego Maker Camp at Rolling Prairie was a blast! Kids in 2nd – 4th grades built and programmed Milo the rover using Lego WeDos. They learned how to write code to program the tilt sensor, motion sensor, and motor to solve real world problems:
- How do scientists and engineers reach remote places?
- How can we detect objects using robots?
- How can robots communicate with us?
They also learned how to work as part of a team, follow detailed directions, and be creative. There is an experimentation time built in at the end of every camp session for students to modify their robot and write new lines of code. (The sound output is always a favorite!)
If you missed this first session, there are some more Lego Robotics Maker Camps coming up! Registration is required. Click the links below to register youth for these 3 day camps.
5th – 8th graders:
2nd – 4th graders:
Jr. Maker Camp: Lego WeDo – Hanna – July 26, 27, 28 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
These robotics kits were purchased with a generous donation from the Unity Foundation of La Porte County, and the fun is just getting started! Beginning this fall, teachers can borrow the WeDo kits (2nd – 4th grades) for up to 6 weeks for classroom instruction.
See you at Maker Camp!