Unique Projects that Move!

  • A futuristic hovercar powered by gears and a motor
  • A dinosaur which uses cams to walk
  • The Spirit of St. Louis plane driven by a pulley
  • An electric train teaches how hinges work
  • A robot that pushes and carries objects


Design & Engineering Challenges

Teachers give students design and engineering challenges for each project so that they can be creative and experiment with mechanical improvements. Plus, there are lots of fun project activities such as ramp & tunnel races, and team missions, along with interesting LEGO components such as LED light bricks.

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Robotics ages 5 - 7

Camp Hours and Daily Schedule

  • 9:00-9:15 Project overview, key concepts and team-building
  • 9:15-10:20 Build and test projects
  • 10:20-10:40 Outdoor recess (campers bring snacks)
  • 10:40-11:45 Build, customize, test, and play with creations
  • 11:45-12:00 Clean-up & review
If desiring a full day camp (9-3:30) this class can be taken with the Smart Builders class, which includes a supervised lunch recess.(campers bring lunch)
Robotics ages 5 - 7

Activities and Take Homes

Top Skills Gained Through Activities

Engineering and Design, Use of Gears, Motors and Light Bricks, Creative building with LEGO® components, Problem-solving, and Development of fine motor and spatial skills

Take Homes
Students take home a mini LEGO® building kit and camp t-shirt. Note that students do not take home the daily building projects nor pieces from the class.

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