One day each week for 3 hours your child can learn how to build a cool LEGO® Robot or Motorized LEGO® machine! Each workshop is especially themed with new models to choose from and allows your child to use their imagination and creativity while learning about basic science and engineering concepts. Workshops are open to children aged 5 to 14 and are hosted by local libraries, community and learning centers. Students will work in groups of 2-4 and will have time at the end of each session to showcase what they built to their parents.
Alligator, Lion, Drumming Monkey, Sail boat, Airplane, Soccer kicker, fun house, Ferris wheel, crane, draw bridge, go cart and more for grades K – 2nd
Power Saw, Mini Sumo Bot, Ball Roller Coaster, Ball Kicker, Voice Command Car, Dragster, Catapult, Rattlesnake, Robot Arm and a Guitar for grades 3rd – 5th.
No prior Lego experience is required. Students will be taught everything they need to know during our workshop. Students will work in teams of two/three —friends are welcome to sign up together and can be partners.
Just need a day of LEGO Robotics for your kids this summer? Try our LEGO Robotics Workshops at All Things Kids –
All Things Kids 703 S. Main Street Georgetown, TX 78626 on Mondays
All Things Kids 3220 Feathergrass Court Suite 132, (The Domain) Austin TX, 78758 on Fridays
– See more at: http://www.learningfun101.com/camps/#sthash.mOkaJ3nQ.dpuf