Robot Coding Spring Break Camp

Build and program a robot with MakerState this Spring Break! Engineers will learn fun-damental hardware and software design as they build and code their own robot to take home at the end of the week! We’ll begin with with Scratch, a drag-and-drop, color-coded programming editor with which kids can a make video game in a single session. And then we’ll build an mBot robot and use Scratch to program this Arduino microcontroller-powered system. This is an exciting, hands-on introduction to coding, robotics, microcontrolers, and physical computing! Engineers who register for a full week will take home their programmed mBot robots for continuing play and learning.
When to arrive:
15 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
12 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

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Makerstate (at Seward Park Coop Community Room)

266 East Broadway, New York, NY 10002
(917) 780-2345

MakerState is transforming American K-12 education by fostering early passion, mastery, and purpose in kids 5-18 through hands-on STEAM makerspace programs in-school, after-school, summer camps, and special events (STEAM: science, tech, engineering, arts, math).

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