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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!
Bring your robot and join us for an informal evening of robot building. Get help with your robotics project or help others.
Robot Builders Night Out (RBNO) website
1825 Monetary Ln #104
FIRST Robotics Competition
FIRST In Texas District Championship website
900 Barton Springs Road
The Botball® Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition, and serves as a perfect way to meet today’s new common core standards. Students use science, engineering, technology, math, and writing skills to design, build, program, and document robots in a hands-on project that reinforces their learning.
Texas Region Botball Regional Tournament website
1900 West 34th
LEGO robotics competition for elementary and middle school students
GEAR - Get Excited About Robotics website
Texas Tech University/ Whitacre Colelge of Engineering
50th Street & Indiana Avenue
FIRST LEGO League Jr.
Tarrant County South Campus FLL Junior Expo website
5301 Campus Drive
The Department of Engineering at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC), is organizing a series of STEM-related outreach events for middle school students on April 9th, 2019 to celebrate National Robotics Week 2019. The events will be held at the I-Create MakerSpace located on the second floor of the Mary and Jeff Bell Library at TAMU-CC. Registration is free, but required; space is limited. No prior experience with robotics is required. Come, enjoy and learn to use STEM-Tronics platform!
STEM-Tronics camp gives the opportunity to learn and use state-of-the-art technologies that can be combined to create different Electrical Engineering projects related to Automation, Mechatronics, Wearables and Robotics (for example, LED clothing, fire and car alarm systems, wireless communication networks, sound reactive systems, music devices, mini robots, GPS tracker, etc.). Students will learn to assemble each of the electrical components and make the systems work properly.
STEM-Tronics on the Island website
Dr. Jose Baca
6300 Ocean Dr., Unit 5797
The BISD STEM Center is hosting our first district wide Robotics Competition!
Team Check in is at 8 am, Competition begins at 9 and award ceremony at noon!
Beaumont ISD Inaugural District Wide Competition website
Beaumont ISD STEM Center
Get Excited About Robotics (GEAR) Contest hosted by the Guadalupe County Robotics 4H Club
Guadalupe County GEAR Competition website
Guadalupe County 4H Club
210 E Live Oak St
Robotics Competition for elementary and middle school students
407 Dowden Rd
Robotics competition for elementary and middle school students
3500 Neely Ave
Daisy Girl Scout event to earn the Robotics Badge
Girls Get Together website
Pearadox FIRST Robotics Team
4717 Bailey Rd
On April 13, Launch Code After School will be hosting their own National Robotics Week event at the Davenport Village campus! Parents and children are welcome to join us during this national event to see for themselves the wonders of robotics through a free robotics workshop!
Our instructors will guide families through fun, basic robotics and electrical engineering activities using lights and photo sensors, that are designed to spark children's imagination and interest in coding technology.
What is National Robotics Week?
“National Robotics Week (RoboWeek) is a series of grassroots events and activities during the month of April aimed at increasing public awareness of the strength and importance of the U.S. robotics industry and of the tremendous social and cultural impact that robotics will have on the future.” - nationalroboticsweek.org
Explore some of the robotics projects that you can create with an Arduino Microcontroller.
Crash course on circuits, breadboarding, Integrated Circuits, and Microcontrollers.
Try your hand at breadboarding and create a circuit with LEDs & resistors.
Create a program to make your LED blink. Flash the Arduino memory and get things lit!
Those attendees looking for an extra challenge can build a ‘light bug bot’ that uses your Arduino to create a program that illuminates different lights depending on the amount of light sensed by the photosensor.
What is Launch?
Launch Code After School is on a mission to teach kids to code through after-school classes and summer camps. Kids can learn the fundamentals of coding all the way to advanced IOT, game design, app development and more! Get a headstart on the future.
National RoboWeek Event - Free Family Robotics Workshop! website
Launch Code After School
3801 N Capital Of Texas Hwy Bldg D-Ste 130
FIRST Tech Challenge
FIRST Championship- Houston- World Championship- FIRST Tech Challenge website
1001 Avenida De Las Americas
FIRST Robotics Competition
FIRST Championship - Houston- FIRST Robotics Competition website
FIRST LEGO League
FIRST Championship – Houston- World Festival – FIRST LEGO League website
Parents and community members gather together for an afternoon of fun and educational activities to inform about the robotics program at L.A Morgan School and the opportunities that this embrace for the students participating in the program.
L.A Morgan Robotics Family Event website
Dr. Fidel Gutierrez M.D
1410 37th Street
Robotics Showcase Family Event website
1410 37th Street
FIRST Championship – Houston - World Festival Expo – FIRST LEGO League Jr. website
In the VEX IQ Challenge, presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, teams of students are tasked with designing and building a robot to play with other teams in a game-based engineering challenge.
Texas TSA VEX IQ National Qualifier Event website
1201 Houston Street
This event is open to current Texas TSA affiliated chapters and members only. Two teams per chapter may compete. Regional participation is limited to 10 teams from a region.
Texas TSA VEX National Qualifier Event website
1201 Houston St
Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these "makers" to show hobbies, experiments, projects.
We call it the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth - a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness.
Glimpse the future and get inspired!
Tyler Mini Maker Faire website
Discovery Science Place
308 North Broadway
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