REDLINE CAMP REGISTRATION 2020

Architectural Camp (Grades 3rd-9th, rising) June 15-19, 10:00-1:00

 

This camp explores the world of building in LEGO® scale by researching different designs through the ages.  Students will explore the real world by seeing how engineers and architects work together to build world class projects.  Combining this knowledge will lead to city designing, planning and building a LEGO® CITY of group’s choice.

 

Minimum: 10

Maximum students:  40     

Hours: 15

Fee: $200

 

Robotic Animals in the Wild (Grades 1st-5th, rising) June 22-26, 10:00-1:00

 

This camp builds interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math by exploring animals and their habitat. Students will emerge with more critical thinking, research and imagination skills. If you love animals and Legos, this class is for you. Learn how to build, program and create a habitat for your favorite robotic animal. Explore different creatures from all parts of the world and how they survive. Replicate their domain with the use of thousands of Legos.

 

Minimum: 10

Maximum students:  16

Hours: 15

Fee: $200

 

EV3 SUMO Robot, Wrestling Style (Grades 3rd-9th, rising) July 6-10, 10:00-1:00

 

Enter the Sumo Wrestling world with an in-depth look at their enriched history, and then design your own LEGO® Mindstorm EV3 robot to challenge the competitor and force them outside the ring. Students will learn how to use sensors like touch and color in the designing of their SUMO Bot, in addition to coding strategies. Implement effective programming strategies you have learned to earn the rank of “yokosuno” (grand champion). This camp is an introductory level to EV3 robotics. Are you ready for the challenge?

 

Minimum: 10

Maximum students: 25

Hours: 15

Fee: $225

 

EV3 LEGO® Battle Robot (Grades 3rd-9th, rising) July 20-24, 10:00-1:00

 

Based on the popular robotic competition pitting bots against bots, students will design an EV3 robot to compete in a battle type arena. Designing, building, programming and coding will be implemented to have a bot to battle in a single elimination tournament until there is only one champion! It’s a unique experience because you will compete against an opponent and the board. Students will be highly encouraged to investigate future jobs in the field of robotics and programming.

 

Minimum: 10

Maximum students: 25

Hours: 15

Fee: $225

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