What’s Inside a Robot? - Saturday, Nov 4 (1:00-3:00 PM)
Have you ever wondered what a robot is made of? In this hands-on “dissection” workshop, we will take apart various machines to discover the similarities and differences between mechanical bodies and our own bodies!
STEM Learning Goals: Participants will gain an understanding of what a robot is, how it functions, and how their circuitry is similar to our own “circuitry.”
Why Does This Robot Look Like Me? - Saturday, Nov 11 (1:00-3:00 PM)
Some robots are created to look and act like people or animals. Investigate the concept of animatronics and humanoid robots by making your own!
STEM Learning Goals: Participants will learn the basics of robot construction and coding through the use of Microbits and Hummingbird Kits.
How can Robots Help Me? - Saturday, November 18 (1:00-3:00 PM)
Robots can complete tasks that are too boring, dangerous, or time-consuming for people, making them valuable allies to humankind. Investigate the ways robots can help us in this hands-on workshop!
STEM Learning Goals: Participants will use robot construction and coding to create a robot that can help with a task of their choosing.