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Battle Cry: Machine Invasion Begins

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Appropriate for ages 10-16 years

About this course

Internationally acclaimed LEGO Education robotics programs are conducted by Robokids engineers - experts in Robotics education for kids and affiliate of US based Maker Camp.

W The Battle Cry: Machine Invasion Begins program is structured over 4 stages, each stage corresponding to grades 1-8 of the Canadian and US curriculum.


LEGO Robotics:

Course Topics

1. An introduction to programming and robotics
2. Output: display and sound
3. Moving the robot
4. Using mathematics to program robots
5. Sensors
6. Decisions and Loops
7. Data Handling
8. Data Blocks

Course Objectives

  • Enables students to build and program real-life robotic solutions using Java Object-Oriented Programming.
  • Provides cross-curricular opportunities in computer science, technology, engineering and math.
  • Allows for creativity in design.
  • Enables students to explore the world of engineering by building complex control systems.

Course Activities

  • Assembling parts of a robot
  • Assembling a gear
  • Design and program the robot to...
    • Play your composed music and write its lyrics on screen
    • Move forward and in reverse, accelerate and turn in circles
    • Brake at the exact distances where there is a boy crossing the road
    • Run through a maze
    • Move when detecting sound
    • Stop moving when sensing an object
    • Stop moving when sensing a black line
    • Stop moving when bumping into an object
    • Move in a square only when there is no object in the vicinity using the ultrasonic sensor
    • Follow a dark line using the light sensor
    • Hit the red ball and not the blue one giving warning to the user
    • Increase the speed according to the loudness of your clap
    • Calculate the difference in distance from the two sensor readings
    • Use the rotation sensor to count and pass the number of rotations on screen

Class size

No more than 16 students are permitted in each class, allowing quality attention by the instructor.