HOMESCHOOL ROBOTICS / LEGO GROUPS

LEGO ROBOTICS AGES 4-8

ROBOTICS AGES 4-8


It was designed as a tool for teaching young students to program. According to the site, Robot  can simulate a robot with many types of sensors, control a real robot using the wireless protocol, create animated simulations and video games, handle complex engineering problems, motivate students to learn, and create contests for robot clubs.


This award winning solution is based upon the latest science standards and was created to enhance students' curiosity and science skills. The set is delivered in a storage bin along with sorting trays, labels, a Smart hub, a Medium Motor, Motion Sensor, a Tilt Sensor, and enough building elements for two students. 


The accompanying desktop and tablet supported software provides an easy-to-use programming environment and includes the  2.0 Curriculum Pack, which covers life, physical, earth, and space sciences, as well as engineering.

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE AGES 9-14

 
FLL is a result of an exciting alliance between FIRST and the LEGO Company. Guided by adult mentors and their own imaginations, FLL students solve real-world engineering challenges, develop important life skills, and learn to make positive contributions to society.

ROBOTICS AGES 8-14

LEGO®  robotics The system includes the EV3 Intelligent Brick, a compact and powerful programmable computer that makes it possible to control motors and collect sensor feedback using the intuitive icon-based programming and data logging software that is delivered with the sensors.

LEGO LEAGUE JUNIOR AGES 4-10

FIRST LEGO League Jr. is designed to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10 while exciting them through a brand they know and love − LEGO®. ... In the process, teams learn about teamwork, the wonders of science and technology, and the FIRST Core Values, which include respect, sharing, and critical thinking.

WRO AGES 6-17

   

The World Robot Olympiad (WRO) is a global robotics competition for young people. The World Robot Olympiad competition uses Lego Mindstorms manufactured by LEGO Education. First held in 2004 in Singapore, it now attracts more than 26,000 teams from more than 65 countries. 

The competition consists of 4 different categories, Regular, College, Open and Soccer and for the Regular and Open categories, it consists of three different age groups: Elementary, Junior High and Senior High. Participants below the age of 13 are considered as Elementary, participants from ages 13 until 16 years old are considered Junior High and participants between 17–19 are considered Senior High. Participants can also compete outside their age group, but they must be younger than the specified age range and must partner up with someone in that age range. For example, a 12-year-old participant can join the Junior High sub-category only if teamed up with someone between 14 and 16. 

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