Learn robotics! FLL (First Lego League) is one of the very best programs I have done with my children. I’ve seen programs promise to deliver math, science and engineering, but we never had one tool deliver with such fun, effectiveness and enthusiasm, all while offering open ended, solution-focused creativity to the mix as when we started using the Lego robotics NXT Mindstorm.
For the summer of 2015! All new experiments and programs!
Using legos and programming to win on the field of STEM. Students will learn how 5 different sensors works, how machines understand their world and what it takes to for machines to beat machines. With mazes, electronic rock- paper-scissors bots and robotic crocodiles, students will explore robotics in fun and challenging way.
#6193 FTC team, the Electrical Invaders, is holding a camp where the team will help teach the STEM skills they have honed over the last 5 years of robotics to other kids, 7-13, under the guidance of Brandy Bergenstock, their coach and experienced camp counselor for the past 12 years.
Who: For anyone interested in making a functioning robot
Where: 415 Youngs Mill ln, Newport News Va 23602 (in the UUFP building)
When: June 15-19th
Aug 17- 21st
Camp 1 (7-10 years old) 9:30-1 pm.
Camp 2- (10-13) 12:30-3:30 pm (Yes, there is overlap; that’s intentional 🙂
All day camp- 9:30-3:30
(before (8-9:30 ) and after camp (3:30-5:30) care available)
Cost: 1/2 day camps: $110 (without laptop) or $130 with a rental laptop.
Full day camp- $175 (without laptop rental), $195 with laptop rental.
$25 for before or after school care, $50 for both.
- Using input and output devices and producing a simple set of sequential instructions, as well as parallel programming!
- Developing and testing a system to monitor and control events
- Using intuitive prediction tools to get first hand experience with making hypothesis
- Using the scientific inquiry process when gathering and analyzing data sets
- Integrating Maths and Science using physical constants, units of measurement, coordinate systems, min, max, mean and linear formulas. Understand light and sound waves and consider how the robot computes them into data.
- Using ultrasonic, touch, light and servo sensors to control and command the robot.
- Did we mention we have sumo robot battles ?
All day campers will spend the first half the day working on lego engineering projects and free building, and the second half the day programming and directly engaging with the robots.
Our team has successfully run 5 summer camps inviting all children to simultaneously learn basic computer programming and robotics fundamentals. We hope you will consider joining us this summer.
If you can not access the google document, please copy and paste the information below to : Bergiemoore@gmail.com when registering
Registration form for Newport news Lego robotics Summer camp 2014 –
June 15-19th and Aug 17- 21st, 2015
Send payment and this form to:
305 Boyd Circle
Newport News, Va 23608
City & Zip:___________________________
Special diet, allergies (especially food allergies), or medications:
($110 if you bring your own laptop, $130 if use one of our rented ones. Full day camp- $175 (without laptop), $195 with laptop rental.$25 for before or after school care, $50 for both. )
June 15- 19th camp :__________
Aug. 17-21st camp: _________ (returning AUG campers save $15 on a half day camp and $25 on a whole day camp. Must take a June 2015 camp to be eligible.)
Camp 1- 9:30-1 pm (7-10 years old) ______ (Siblings can stay together in the camp they choose)
Camp 2- 12:30-3:30 pm (10-13 years old) ______
All day camp – 9:30-3:30 _________
Before camp care ____________
After camp care ____________
Total number of campers: ______
Total payment: ______
Form of payment: Cash___ Check ___ Paypal ___ (payable to firstname.lastname@example.org Please include $2 more for using paypal)
A light snack can be brought for both camps- apple slices, goldfish, etc. No messy snacks please- gogurts, chocolate kisses, etc. There is no lunch for Camp 2 kids, so they should arrive fed and ready to work. All day campers and camp 1 should bring a lunch to eat.Camp is held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 415 Youngs Mill Ln, Newport News Va 23602
Please fill this out and attach it back to us at email@example.com Or print two copies of this for your records- one to send in to us with your payment and one to keep for your records. You can also pay online at paypal.com to the account firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since this camp is a fundraiser for our First Tech Challenge team, no refunds will be given after Aug 1st. Partial refunds will be given before that date.