Dino Robotics

K-6 Grade

Objectives:

  • Provide children with the skills to create and build a variety of robot models with an emphasis on walking dinosaurs.

  • Guide children through their first steps into the world of electronics, physics and robotics.

  • Enrich children's outlook on production and accomplishment.

  • Familiarize children with the world of archeology, paleontology and preservation of historic findings.​

  • Have fun.

 

Students take home every model they produce to show, brag and keep!

Course Description:

Students investigate two fascinating and astonishing worlds throughout the year, the world of dinosaurs and the world of robotics. With this one of a kind program, students are familiarized with the stories of dinosaur species, their habits, food preferences and the reasons behind their extinction.

Students will also discover dinosaur bones using a kid-friendly excavation kit early on in the program. As they develop their skills, students will build different robot models that will be similar to a specific dinosaur species. Each model will be activated by one or more electrical engines, depending on the model, and will simulate the specific dinosaur species discussed in class.

 

In addition, participants will learn about types of sensors, electrical engines, remote controllers, infrared qualities, cog-wheels (speed & momentum) and more.

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