a. complete square challenge
b. complete sensor-stop challenge
Final Session Planning:
1. Overview: Where we've been and where we're going...
2. New Ideas:
a. Using Repeat Function
b. Using Sensors
b. Obstacle Stop
c. Obstacle Avoidance
4. Demo (Obstacle Stop -or- Obstacle Avoidance)
5. Final Challenge Brainstorming...
1. Complete Challenge #1: 10 Second Challenge
3. Begin Challenge #2: 3 Meter Challenge
4. Work Time
1. Hopes & Dreams
2. Continue Building Robots
3. Programming 101
b. "MOVE" brick
c. Saving programs to computer
d. Transferring program to robot
It is with much excitement that we look forward to our upcoming Beginners Lego Robotics Club! The first session will take place on Monday, January 26th. The meeting schedule is a little irregular due to Early Release Days, assorted meetings, and school vacations. Please keep this email handy as a reminder, and also, refer to our Lego Robotics website for an up-to-date calendar.
On March 30th we will host an expo for parents during which students share their learning. You are invited to arrive at 3:00 for this presentation.
Each session will end at 4:00. Please make arrangements to pick up your child at that time, letting us know in writing if he/she is being picked up by someone other than a parent. Let us know in advance if your child is unable to attend a particular session.
If you have any questions about the program, feel free to contact us at anytime.
Allison Schlageter and Jason Stevenson
Sessions: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/11, 2/16, 3/4, 3/16, 3/23, 3/25
Expo: 3:00 - 4:00