What is a Robot?
Robotics Workshops
How does a robot work?
Create code to control your robot!
The Lego based franchise "Snapology of Towson-Perry Hall" will be coming to the GLMMAM Museum to conduct three workshops in Robotics for students who are interested in expanding their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education.

One session is geared to elementary students, one to middle school students, and one for homeschoolers.

According to Marcela Bell, franchise owner and teacher, during each session:

                "Working in pairs, students will build and code a LEGO® Robotic Rover (similar to a space rover).  Students will also learn about the motion sensor and how it is used in programming robots."


Snapology’s newest and most advanced robotics classes feature autonomous robots powered and controlled via bluetooth technology. Your child will build robotic models and use iPads and/or laptop computers to program their robots (via psuedo-code or code) to complete specific tasks. 

 All materials will be supplied and students will receive a free book about robotics.
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Dates and Times:
              Session 1:  Ages 6-9               Saturday, April 23        9am-10:30am - Currently Full with a Waiting List
              Session 2:  Ages 10-12           Saturday, April 23        11 am-12:30pm
              Session 3:  Homeschoolers    Wednesday , April 27   10am-11:30am - Currently Full with a Waiting List

                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 18 students per class.
               Parents drop off students and then pick them up 90 minutes later.
               Fees have been reduced to $10 per student (usually $20) thanks to a grant from:
The Baltimore Community Foundation – Baltimore County Nonprofit Recovery Grant
After the workshop, plan for the family to visit the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum and the flight line of 15 aircraft for a fee of $6 per adult and $3 per child 11 years of age and under.

For additional information contact:

        Snapology:  Marcela Bell   mbell@snapology.com or 443-625-7627

        Museum:   martinmuseum@gmail.com or 410-682-6122 and leave a message