WeDo Lego Camp
Students who have finished K, 1st, or 2nd grade will be introduced to robotics in this fun adventure. Students will build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors; program their models; and participate in related activities
Scratch Coding Camp
Students will create a new video game each day while learning basic programming structures like if/then branching, loops, and random number generators. Some projects will include creative vector and bitmap art. Physics concepts like opposing forces, rebounding angles, and gravity will help make the games feel more real. Targeting students who have finished 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade. (Students who have just finished 2nd grade and have successfully completed our WeDo camp are welcome also!)
Rookie FLL Camp
Students will learn to program LEGO Mindstorms robots. This camp is for students with no FLL or LEGO Mindstorms programming experience who have finished 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th grade. Students will work in small groups to program LEGO robots and build robot attachments to complete specific challenges. There will be an exhibition tournament on Friday of the camp week.
The Lee’s Summit West High School’s FIRST robotics team, Team Titanium, offers these summer adventures to get students excited about the possibilities for their future in engineering, science, math, and technology. Camp sessions are led by engineers and teachers, with high school student volunteers mentoring small students.
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