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nao-hugWhat makes a robot a robot?  How do they sense?  How do they move?  Are we robots too?

Join us for an interactive journey from simple funny robots to complex (and super cute) humanoid robots.  Explore the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) concepts that bring robotics to life!

What You Learn

    • Sensing / Electricity – How do switches work? What is electricity? How do other senses sense?
    • Programming – How do robots “know” what to do?
    • Output / Motors – How can we turn electricity into motion, light, or other forms of energy?
    • Feedback Loops – Self correction is what robots uniquely do. Don’t fall!

The Details

05-IMG_8276Robots is great for audiences of 30-500, and can be presented in most spaces which can comfortably accommodate your group size. We only require electricity, a table, and lots of student curiosity!


NASA-parrot-drone-and-kidNext Generation Science Standards

All of our school assemblies align to the Next Generation Science Standards.  Robotics primarily explores electricity, sensing, programming, and much more.