Great story about a young programmer who donated his app store revenue to help other ailing children.
The purpose of Young Bot Builders is to educate children through building, problem solving, teamwork, and creativity using various Lego elements. Kids love playing with LEGO® bricks and there are now ways to teach them the basics of engineering and how the world works around them. As they learn about gears, motors, pulleys, levers and building it will allow kids to one day transfer those concepts to real life models.
Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, we play… with LEGO® bricks. Programs are built around our proprietary model plans, designed by engineers and architects, with exciting themes such as space, construction, and amusement parks. Our specially designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for the Bricks 4 Kidz approach to educational play. At Bricks 4 Kidz, we believe that kids learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.
We offer activities for children ages 3-13+,
Improve Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education by providing affordable rental robots
Some nice slides giving tutorials on sensors and turning
Since some readers of this blog are teachers, I sometimes like to mention resources that can be used for teaching computer technology ( or anything, really ). This is one of those posts.
This site, lets you create any size wall posters from any size images and it is totally free to use!
Shipwreck Camp 2012 is a camp for 12-15 year old youth interested in science, engineering, technology and exploration. Campers will virtually explore Lake Erie for shipwrecks, build a remotely operated vehicle, program LEGOS Mindstorms robotics, be introduced to SCUBA, and a lot more during this two week day camp, July 16-July 27, 2012, on the campus of Case Western Reserve University.
The cost of the camp is $475 for the two weeks and includes a non-refundable application fee of $25. Camp positions will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Fees cover the cost of lunch and transportation related to field trips to Cleveland Lakefront State Park and other sites to be confirmed later.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to call this office at 216-368-5075. If you are receiving this message in error, my apologies, too. Please let me know and contact information will be removed from this distribution list.
Thank you, to each of you for your interest and consideration of this camp. This is the first distribution of this application so you all have an equal chance of joining us this summer. The camp reaches capacity at 25 students. Completed applications with payment are to be sent to:
Case Western Reserve University-CSME
Guilford House 412
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7158
We’re looking forward to hearing from you! Stay safe and well.
P.S. The application will be posted to our web site later this week and can be easily downloaded. Thanks!–
Phone: 216-368-5075 Fax: 216-368-5465 web site: www.case.edu/artsci/csm
A game that teaches young people about programming.