In a Bits, Bytes, and Bots after school program, your student will be introduced to the building blocks of coding. We teach them through Dash robots, Lego Ev3 robots, and through MIT's Scratch.
The 1st week students will explore what it means to program through program the teacher: the class will work together to tell the instructor how to get from point A to point B. We want to get students into the mindset of a programmer and how to think literally to solve a specific problem. After getting through this first project, we will give them a tutorial of the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) they will be using for the rest of the after school program.
Each week after that we will give them a problem or theme and guide them to build a program to solve said problem. Whether it is having a robot going solving mazes, or using loops to create successful video games, these building blocks will help your student put themselves in the mind of an engineer.
Projects with Dash Robots (K-6th Grade) :
- Driving School
- Lawn Mower
- Dash the Dog
- Line Leader
- Mail Delivery
Projects with Ev3 (3rd-8th Grade) :
- Conveyer Belt
- Robot Arm
- Drawing Shapes
- Autonomous Driving
Projects with Scratch Jr (K-6th Grade):
- Fish Bowl
- Escape Room
Projects with Scratch (1st-8th grade):
- Fish Bowl
- Bubble Pop
- Geometry Dash
- Cat and Mouse
- Students own game
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