Locomotion Commotion

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Locomotion Commotion
A HIGHER "CLASS" OF FUN
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After School STEM Classes, Camps, & Workshops
The “Make It Move” Class
Grrr!
For our first class we will
make a Gremlin named Znap that
reacts to its environment just to get
a “taste“ of how far we can go.
Careful it may bite!
Kokanee Elementary PTA is offering LEGO® Engineering Classes this fall during our
early release Wednesdays 2pm to 3:30pm. This is an excellent chance for our
students to learn to build and program robots.
will provide the courses
and will teach our students engineering concepts and programming so they can build
and program their very own robots. This is not a “free play with LEGO®’s” or “follow
these instructions” class, but an actual curriculum where they are introduced to
programming and engineering concepts then challenged to come up with solutions to
engineering problems.
The first of these courses is Make It Move.
Students are challenged to design, build, and program robots that move using motors
with rotation sensors. In five projects, students apply mathematics and science
knowledge to create robots that measure distance and speed, move without using
wheels, maximize power to move up an incline, and move and turn to create regular
polygons. Students will also apply their knowledge of simple and complex machines
and use ratios to describe proportional relationships.
Sound kind of heady? You bet, but they will be creating with LEGO®’s and having a
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blast. Our students will be working in groups of two sharing a LEGO MINDSTORMS®
EV3 set and a laptop. The class is recommended for 4th through 6th graders.
Class fee $160.00
Sign Up
Today!
Class dates 10/09, 10/16, 10/23, 11/06, 11/20, 12/04, 12/11, 12/18
To reserve your space and make your payment
go to WWW.ROBOT-U.COM to register today!
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Disclaimer: The North Shore School District has neither reviewed nor approved the program,
personnel, activities or organizations announced in this flier. The participants agree to protect,
indemnify, and hold harmless the district, its electeted and appointed officials, employees, agents,
staff and volunteers from any and all claims, liabilities, damages, expenses, or rights of action,
directly or indirectly attributed to the activities. Permission to distribute this flier should not be
considered a recommendation of the program by the school district. This is not a school district
sponsored activity.
Questions?
Contact Don Gronning at 206 992 3550
or [email protected]

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