Robot retrieving a scroll from the Mayan tomb
Robot retrieving scroll in Mayan Tomb

June 26-30, 2017 Mayan Adventure Week Camp

Your mission this week will be to design and build a robot which can aid archeologists search inside small spaces in a Mayan tomb to find ancient relics, secret passages and the king’s treasure room. Your robots will need sensors to find their way. Each day will involve a new mission to challenge you.

 

builders working on computer to program their WeDo model
Campers working on the computer to program their WeDo model.

July 10 - 14, 2017 Robotics Challenge Week Camp

Depending on age, campers will build simple machine motorized models or an EV3  robot  and program to meet challenges of mazes, climbing an incline, using sensors, following lines, and programming to meet missions on the First Lego League Trash Trek Robot Game board.

 

Camp Location: Westminster Congregational Church, 4th Avenue and Washington Street, Spokane
Camp cost: $130 per week; Hours: 9:00 am - 2:30 pm Monday - Friday

Builders catapult
Campers testing out their catapult design in a daily challenge

Summer Camp Information

Camps are organized and led by the two experienced teachers and FLL Coaches, along with two Robotics team members. Each week has two groups of 12 campers: Builders for children entering grades 1-3 and Engineers for children entering grades 4-6.

The camps will meet in several rooms in the upstairs of Westminster UCC church building. Enter on 4th Avenue east door. Campers need to bring along a lunch. The whole group will walk to the Cowley Park (6th + McClellan) for lunch and a play break outside during the lunch hour. There will be a "show and tell" for parents at the end of the week from 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Friday.