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  • Steve Putz
    Oops, there was a small error in the previous announcement about robotics camp. It should say MONDAY-FRIDAY (not Tuesday-Friday). The listed dates are
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 16, 2012
      Oops, there was a small error in the previous announcement about robotics camp. 
      It should say MONDAY-FRIDAY (not Tuesday-Friday).  The listed dates are correct.
       I apologize for any confusion.


      On 7/16/2012 12:41 AM, Steve Putz wrote:
      Hi.  I have space available in two of my LEGO Robotics Camp sessions this summer in Palo Alto. 
      These two sessions are less full than normal, so this is a rare opportunity to be in a smaller camp session group.
      Please see below for details.

      Steve Putz

      The Robotics Learning RCX LEGO Robotics Camp sessions listed below still have space available.
      You can find more information and register online at www.RoboticsLearning.com/camp
      or contact me if you have any questions.

      Location is in Palo Alto, California
      Hours are 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
      Cost is $495 for five days (MONDAY-FRIDAY)

      RCX Camp July 23-27, 2012 -- SPACE AVAILABLE
      RCX Camp July 30-August 3, 2012 -- SPACE AVAILABLE

      This is a five-day fun and creative learning experience for kids to attend during the summer.  Kids work in pairs to solve challenges by building and programming robots using the LEGO Mindstorms (RCX) Robotics Invention System. In addition to having fun, participants learn about mechanical and software design, problem solving, and teamwork skills.  Student teams will complete several projects and mini challenges, and will have an opportunity to design and program a robot to solve FIRST LEGO League robot competition challenges from past FLL seasons (see www.FirstLegoLeague.org).
      • Minimum age is 8 (recommended for ages 8 – 12).  No previous experience is required.
      • Students will have a partner for most activities, and are expected to cooperate and share well.
      • The morning part of each day includes structured lessons and activities to practice construction and programming skills.
      • In the afternoon, students teams may choose from available projects or create their own projects and challenges, where they will receive guidance and coaching.
      • A light snack will be provided each morning and afternoon.
      • Students need to bring their own sack lunch, and be motivated and mature enough to stay focused on robotics activities all day.

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