a praying mantis robot animal
A lizard robot in its forest habitat searching for food.

Lego Robotics Summer Camps 2021

Lego Robot Zoo camp - July 19 - 23, 2021 -

FILLED - Sorry, check back next year (May 7, 2021)

Your task this week is to build and program a Lego robot animal who moves around to find food, uses sensors to avoid enemies, and care for young. You will also build a habitat for your animal to "live" in. Builders will use motors, gears and Lego bricks and WeDo, while Engineers will use Lego Mindstorms EV3 programmable bricks.


A challenge robot earning robobucks for the programming challenge solved on an FLL robot game board.

Robotics Challenge Week Camp - July 26-30, 2021

all spaces in both age groups - FILLED (May 7, 2021)

Younger campers (Builders) will be challenged to design motorized or simple machine models to meet daily challenges. Older campers (Engineers) will build an EV3 robot that can meet a challenge like programming the robot to go through mazes, pushing objects on a game board, using sensors, following a line, and the completing missions on the FLL "Into Orbit" Robot Game Board.


Camp Location: Westminster Congregational Church, 4th Avenue and Washington Street, Spokane

Builders catapult
Robot whale built by Builder Campers includes a wiggling tail.

Summer Camp Information

Camps are organized and led by the two experienced teachers and FLL Coaches. Each week has two groups of 10-12 campers: Builders for children entering grades 1-3 and Engineers for children entering grades 4-7.

The camps 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. Camps will follow COVID-19 protocols for social distancing/masks/hand-sanitizing.