Budding engineers work on projects which teach LEGO design and basic electronics.
Students build remote-controlled LEGO Spybot creations, such as a snowmobile, motorcycle and sidecar, scorpion, race car and more. All have built-in motors and infrared receivers which allow them to be controlled with a remote. Students send them on missions, maneuvering through obstacles and racing along the ground.
Each day, students also learn about electricity and electronics by building working devices. We'll use Snap-Circuits components – such as LEDs, transistors, integrated circuits and relays - to build a radio receiver, light and sound music player, motorized car, UFO launcher, a LEGO baseball batter, plus much more!
Full day, Coed
My son cannot wait to go back to this camp! This camp is perfect for the child that can spend a few hours building.