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    Lego STEM Robotics and EV3

    Grades K–5

    When: Tuesday, 1/15/2019 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM Export event

    Session dates: Tuesdays, 1/15/2019 - 3/5/2019, 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM

    Where: Room E-104

    afternoon enrichment for kids: robotics with Lego EV3

    Children in kindergarten–2nd grade will be using project kits composed of technical LEGO® Bricks to build different machines and models. The models are used to illustrate key STEM topics, like energy, biology, construction engineering, forces of nature, gravity, force and more.

    Those in 3rd–5th grades will build advanced robot models and incorporate the newest generation of motors, sensors and software. They will program their commands directly into the intelligent brick and test their capabilities.

    Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, we play… with LEGO® Bricks. Programs are built around their proprietary model plans, designed by engineers and architects, with exciting themes such as space, construction and amusement parks. Their specially-designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for the Bricks4Kidz approach to educational play. At Bricks4Kidz, they believe that children learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.

    Bricks4Kidz programs provide a safe, relaxed learning environment where initiative is invited and self-expression celebrated. Model building provides opportunities for problem-solving and helps children develop an appreciation for how things work. All this takes place while children are having fun and socializing in a non-competitive atmosphere.

    Goals:

    • Introduce engineering and architecture principles
    • Explore math and science concepts
    • Increase general knowledge through discussions related to each model
    • Develop social/emotional skills such as patience, teamwork and communication in the process of completing a project
    • Enhance self-esteem by solving problems and completing projects
    • Improve fine-motor skills as children manipulate small components
    • Utilize multiple learning modalities to engage visual, kinesthetic and auditory learning styles
    • Teach important classroom skills such as organization and following directions
    • Foster an appreciation for how things work

     

    Grades K–5
    Tuesdays, January 15–March 5 | No class February 19 | 7 classes
    3:30–4:45 PM
    Room E-104 | January 22 class will be held in the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
    $180 Members | $210 General Public
    Contact: Salina Nunez | (650) 223-8684 | [email protected]




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