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Build a robot, draw a robot, code a robot with your friends. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your friends, family, or community. Share with us how you will be celebrating!
At Code4Bots, education begins with play and hands-on learning. We get students learning STEM concepts in a fun, interactive way, using award winning robots and software. RobotCoders will design and build robots using Lego WeDo2.0, Lego EV3 and Jimu robotics kits. Let's get ready for a F-U-N robot day!
Code4Bots National Robotics Week Celebration website
Get ready to bowl a strike with our adorable bot as the bowling ball! In this activity, students will learn
to program the Bot, while developing strategic and logical thinking.
Bowling with Mini Adorable Robots website
GearMinds STEM Academy
The Tyler mini-Maker Faire has been attracting makers, inventors, techies, artisans, hackers and more to the Discovery Science Place for a fun-filled day of making and hands-on exploration since 2013. Each year the faire attracts well over a thousand makers, performers, and visitors to a family-friendly, educational, and entertaining day called by Make Magazine “the greatest show, and tell, on Earth”!
Tyler Maker Faire website
Discovery Science Place
308 N. Broadway
GEAR provides an exciting hands-on LEGO robotics challenge to elementary and middle school students at no participation fee, with the goal of increasing interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) disciplines while offering mentoring opportunities to engineering undergraduate students at Texas Tech University in an effort to improve their education and increase retention rates.
GEAR- Get Excited About Robotics website
GEAR Texas Tech
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