Students will build and program LEGO®* robots using sensors, motors, and LEGO® software, either WeDo or EV3 (see below). We believe that third graders are at a transitional time in their ability to build and program using LEGO®.
Therefore, for SPRING of 2017, children who are currently in 3rd grade should be enrolled in an EV3 LEGO® Robotics class.
For SUMMER 2017 and FALL 2017, rising 3rd graders should be enrolled in WeDo LEGO® Robotics classes.
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*Please note that LEGO Robotics projects cannot be taken home, but the fun and excitement generated will always be with you!
* RoboFun is not sponsored by or affliated with LEGO®
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