Summary: Over the 2022 Summer LCSRC ran robotics camps geared towards middle and elementary schoolers. They ran a total of three weeks of camp where the students thought of solvable problem, used designing, building, and coding skills, and executed a solution to their solvable problem. These camps centered around the use of the LEGO SPIKE hub. These camps served as fundraising for later LCSRC ventures.
Location: 9804 Old Warson Road (LCSRC Headquarters)
Duration: July 4 to July 15 and June 20 to June 24
Volunteers: Aditya Jain, Rohan Suri, Alison Nieder
Participants: Students from various school districts entering grades 4 through 8
Kids Robotics Camp: Advanced Session -
- Date: July 4 to July 15, 9 AM to 12 PM
- Price: $220
1) Come up with a solvable problem
2) Use the designing, building, and coding skills you learned in the previous camp to propose and execute a solution to your solvable problem
3) Learn how to present your process, with a problem and solution to a group of like-minded peers.
- Date: June 20 to June 24 9 AM to 12 PM
- Price: $120
- Ages: 4th through 8th Grade
- Prerequisites: None
1) Learn about the different robot components including motors, sensors, and the SPIKE controller.
2) Be able to use drive and turn statements in code for the robot.
3) Learn about the building components of LEGO SPIKE robots including pins, beams, and gears.
4) Be able to use gears to translate and change the direction of motion.
5) Be able to design attachments for a robot to complete a set of tasks.
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