How to Do Robotics at Home with Your Kids | Science Buddies Blog
Simple robotic projects are a great way to get hands-on with STEM at home. These tips and reminders can help your family robotics project be fun for everyone and a science education success.
Robotics Made EASY
I'll be 100% honest. Five years ago, the concept of Robotics at the early childhood level scared me to death. Truthfully, the concept of Coding did too. And I've always considered myself a pretty 'techy' teacher. But not THAT techy, right?! What I very quickly realized is that coding is the future for today's kids. Currently, there are over 500,000 job openings in computer science, in every industry and every state. Women who simply try AP Computer Science in High School are ten times more…
Infographic: The Countries With The Highest Density Of Robot Workers
This chart shows installed industrial robots per 10,000 employees in the manufacturing industry (2019).
How to Rock with Robots for Young Makers with mBlock? (Teaching Mater…
This is free curriculum for the mBLock code used by Mbots. Much of this is actually about using the Scratch-like mBlock code, not just about programming the bot, but still useful.
Science Fair Projects Using Lego Mindstorms: Bomb Detecting Robot
Full instructions for winning middle school science fair project using robot made from NXT Lego Mindstorms.
DIY Paper Robot! STEM activity for Kids using Simple Electronics and Paper
I invented this super easy robot for kids just using paper and simple electronics. It can be upgraded with a remote control, solar power, and light-up anntennae! So you can start really basic and upgrade your robot step by step. This is a perfect DIY project for STEM or STEAM education. All you need is two geared solar motors, conductive tape, two button cells, and some cardboard and glue.
April / Easter Bot Basics Robotics Challenges
Spring and Easter themed Robotics challenges that are compatible with any driving bot! 1st-5th grade Coding and STEM | Spring STEM Activities for Kids | Makerspace