On the 27th of December we were able to present to both campers and the general public at the Science Center. The campers, who were in grades two through four, got to go through three stations. One was learning how to program through the Hour of Code platform. The next station was learning how to build with Tetrix parts, bolts, and nuts. It was really cool to see the creative structures they made. Lastly we let the kids drive our robot on a mini field that we set up.
Then on to our public demonstration. We had tables set up with awards, match replays, and general robotics information. We also set up a field so people of all ages could drive the robot while we walked around the area and answered any questions about FIRST, FTC, and anything robotics.
2 thoughts on “Our Presentation at the Science Center of Iowa!”
Hey Circuit Breakers, we were wondering what those little flaps on the spinning thing are made out of?
We use surgical tubing! They are the black spindles on our intake system.
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