Are you going to be in grades 3-9 grade next year? Are you someone interested in presentations, building, designing, programming, making props, research and developing new solutions to problems in the world, and making new friends all at the same time? If you answered YES!, then you need to come the Robodogs Summer Robotics Camp.
We are so glad that you are interested in joining our camps. We have been running this camp for over 7 years and over time we have developed a camp that excites students to work through problem solving and coding. This year we have expanded to offer a camp for grades 3-9 while still operating our Robodog camp for grades 5-8.
Each year we develop new challenges to keep things fresh. We offer a variety of challenges that meet the needs of students who are brand new to robotics with zero experience to those who have years of experience.
We believe in working together to challenge students. Our camp ensures that each student works with the robot as well as the programming. We have plenty of robots to meet the numbers of students.
This year we will be offering two camps and each camp will have two sessions. This is a first come, first serve opportunity so don’t delay. We have sold out the last three years.
This camp is open to any student from any school. We want any student to have the chance to learn to program and problem solve using LEGO EV3 robots.
The camp is ran during the first weeks of June. You can choose your time of day when you fill out the registration form below. Signing up is the first step to securing your spot, payment makes is guaranteed.
The Robodogs are having a mandatory Robodog meeting to discuss details about the upcoming summer camp, expectations of the camp, as well as details about the Robodogs team and the season. This is a very highly motivated, full commitment, high expectation program and team that we would like for you to consider being part of for the next season for First Lego League.
An informational meeting will take place at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria at Bettendorf Middle School on Monday, April 4th. During this meeting we will go over expectations, format, and answer any questions you have.
Based on the summer camp we will select team members for the Robodogs First Lego League season. This camp and our selection process is looking for the best of the best! Our summer camp is open to any student from any school, but our Robodog team is limited to only Bettendorf students.
We look forward to another amazing year of learning robotics, speaking skills, research development, and creating solutions to real world problems. We hope to see you at the meeting. Spread the word and let your friends know about this opportunity.
If you have questions please contact one of the following coaches
Dan Drexler – email@example.com
Aaron Maurer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Shannon Budde – email@example.com
- Robodogs Robotic Camp Day 1 http://wp.me/p4covo-1p6
- Robodogs Robotics Camp Day 2 http://wp.me/p4covo-1pd
- Robodogs Robotic Camp Day 3: Bowling http://wp.me/p4covo-
- Robodogs Robotic Camp Day 4 http://wp.me/p4covo-1pr
- Robodogs Robotics Camp Day 5: Team Challenge http://wp.me/p4covo-
- Robodogs Robotics Camp: A Week In Review http://wp.me/p4covo-1pD
When you are ready to sign up for camp follow these steps:
Step 1: Registration Form
Step 2: Payment
Robodog 5 Day Camp Cost for camp is $100
Robodog 3 Day SumoBot Camp is $60
Send payment to the following:
c/o Bettendorf Middle School
2030 Middle Road
Bettendorf, Iowa 52722
Please make checks payable to Bettendorf CSD Lego Camp
We will email when money is received. You can drop off money in front office of BMS or have your student bring it to my classroom also.
Step 3: Information Meeting
We will be holding an information meeting for parents and students to learn more about camp and the Robodogs on Monday, April 4th from 6:00 – 7:00 in Bettendorf Middle School Cafeteria.
Step 4: Get Started
Feel free to download the programming software for free and get used to how things work.
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