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Parent-Teacher Conferences are March 11 -13, so we will have camp to accommodate folks who need childcare.  As usual, we’ll play it by ear with the kiddos we have, but […]

In this class we will use the Ozobot Evo as well as some physical activities to learn programming skills. The Evo is able to follow paths and can be programmed with a series of color codes. Students will arrange magnets with these paths and color codes to make mazes for the Evo to follow. Students will also work on their precision by giving their caregivers instructions to perform tasks. This is an often silly game that usually results in much giggling. Ninety minutes is a long time to stay focused, so we’ll also have plenty of free play time with the robots, legos, and snap circuits mixed in.

This class will introduce students to the robots in our space. It is designed for a beginner student who would feel more comfortable with a structured introduction to our robots.

We will cover the basics of block-based programming and run through some challenges, but the main purpose of the class will be to make kiddos comfortable enough with our bots to explore more during our drop-in hours.

In this class we will use the Ozobot Evo as well as some physical activities to learn programming skills. The Evo is able to follow paths and can be programmed with a series of color codes. Students will arrange magnets with these paths and color codes to make mazes for the Evo to follow. Students will also work on their precision by giving their caregivers instructions to perform tasks. This is an often silly game that usually results in much giggling. Ninety minutes is a long time to stay focused, so we’ll also have plenty of free play time with the robots, legos, and snap circuits mixed in.

This class will introduce students to the robots in our space. It is designed for a beginner student who would feel more comfortable with a structured introduction to our robots.

We will cover the basics of block-based programming and run through some challenges, but the main purpose of the class will be to make kiddos comfortable enough with our bots to explore more during our drop-in hours.

Don’t know what to do with your kids during teacher conference days? Send them to the STEAM Lab either morning or afternoon or both! Kids will get to play with robots, create innovative recycled art, and or paint original artworks.

LAPS TEACHERS AND STAFF: Use the promo code ‘teacher’ to get $30 off each session.

Come with your preschooler and play with robots, legos, motors, and more!  This is a time for parents and kiddos to get some good exploring done together.  Lis will be […]

Learn how to code in a team environment in this low-key robotics competition.

Los Alamos STEAM lab offers classes in a variety of fields, but we also have drop in hours as well. During our drop in hours, kiddos (and adults) can play […]

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