B3 Bots Beginning Elementary Robotics (offered in North Dallas)
“A robot (also called a droid) is a machine —especially one programmable by a computer— capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically. Robots can be guided by an external control device or the control may be embedded within. Robots may be constructed to take on human form but most robots are machines designed to perform a task with no regard to how they look.”
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How about being able to see that robot before it attacks your feet?
Seriously though, from flying drones to heart surgery, it’s no secret that robots are becoming a more prominent part of our society. So, how can you help your child(ren) get ahead of the game by starting to learn robotics sooner rather than later?
At Camp Pursuit, we offer a robotics course geared towards kids 1st – 8th grade that offers so much more than building a robot!
Camp Pursuiters in the B3 Bots Beginning Elementary Robotics course will work together in groups to build and program robots. This gives students the opportunity to practice finding creative solutions to problems now so they can use those skills as they as they grow, develop, and unfold into their future selves. So, it’s not just about using cool and engaging robotics curriculum that prepares the future of our workforce, but it hones child’s ability to make logical choices, build, test, and evaluate.
What’s more, the themes we’ve included in this beginning robotics class are fun, engaging and specifically promote the development of 1st – 8th graders. Our lesson themes are Amazing Mechanisms, Wild Animals, Play Soccer, and Adventure Stories. These fun topics give your child(ren) the chance to play with other kids, and safely step out of their comfort zones to learn about different areas of life.
At Camp Pursuit, we encourage leadership, and our teachers would be happy to have your little robot engineer by their side!
This course is one of many great options this summer at Camp Pursuit North Dallas.