Edison Robotics Workshops Ages 8-12
What is a Robot?
How does a robot work?
Create a simple program to control your robot!
Using Edison Robots, students working in pairs will be introduced to the concept of robots and will use a simple programing language called EdBlocks to overcome a class challenge.  Students will see first hand how their program translates into action as they attempt to control their robot sensors and maneuver around a simple maze.  Students will need to problem solve using scientific method to formulate, observe, experiment, test and modify their robots.

 All materials will be supplied and students will receive a free book about robotics.
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Dates and Times:
              Session 1:  Ages 9 - 12               Wednesday, July 20        10 am-12 pm 
              Session 2:  Ages 9 - 12               Friday, August 19            10 am-12pm
              

Location:   
                Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum
                 
Martin State Airport
                 701 Wilson Pt. Road, Suite 531
                 Middle River,  MD 21220
 
Session Information:
              Capacity is limited to 20 students per class.
               Parents drop off students and then pick them up2 hours later.
               Fee is $20 to be paid using PayPal with a credit card or in person at the museum on Wednesdays, Saturdays or Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm.  An Admission Ticket will be emailed to you within 48 hours after payment.

For additional information contact the Museum at  martinmuseum@gmail.com or 410-682-6122 and leave a message