Intermediate Robotics Campers Extend Engineering Learning!

Posted on July 7th, 2014 by ssorrentino

During our first week of Robotics Camps at Allendale Columbia School’s Summer Program, we had a very full class of returning campers (entering grades 3 – 5) who further developed their engineering skills building and programming sophisticated models including:

  • a Venus flytrap programmed to activate a motion sensor,
  • mechanical cranes, and
  • other machines programmed with multiple motors and sensors for operating complex pulley and gear systems

Our future engineers-in-training had an action packed week as they  further developed and applied their S.T.E.M. learning!

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