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Robotic Camps
With schools closed and everybody cooped up inside, COR Robotics will be offering Stay-at-Home Robotics Camps for the duration of the COVID-19 outbreak. The camps provide an awesome opportunity to keep your child engaged, entertained, and challenged. There are three kits to choose from including Lego robots, drones, and Tetrix robots with specialized curriculum and support for each kit. Registration deadline is one week prior to the start of class.

Kit pick-up day: July 7; kit drop-off day: July 14

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SYT110 Tetrix Camp 7/7/20-
7/14/20
AT HOME $75.00 Expired
The Tetrix robotics kits include metal components and real hardware. There is no programming involved, only mechanical building. The curriculum challenges students to mechanically optimize their robot to perform various tasks. Students will build their robot and drive it with a remote control to overcome challenges!

Grades 5-10
 

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SYT111 Lego Camp 7/7/20-
7/14/20
AT HOME $75.00 Expired
The Lego robotics kits include both programming and mechanical aspects. Students will build their robots and then program them to overcome various obstacles. The curriculum provides an opportunity for students to use a smart device to control their robot, and for the robot to follow pre-programmed instructions. The EV3 Lego Mindstorms are the same kits used in FIRST Lego League, and the curriculum is a great introduction to that program.
Grades 3-9
 
SYT112 CoDrone Camp 7/7/20-
7/14/20
AT HOME $75.00 Expired
The CoDrone kits include 2 drones, a CoDrone Lite and CoDrone Pro. Both drones are programmable and use block based programming languages. Students will program their drones to fly around and complete missions. When they have ve mastered their programming, students can pair their drones to a bluetooth device and battle each other in a game of aerial laser tag.
Grades 3-9