1406 E. Rollins St. Columbia, MO
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Camps

FRC Team 3792 "In Theory..."

Two Upcoming Holiday Camps:

1) Codey Rocky robot and morning camp

Parents receive a programmable Codey Rocky robot to wrap and put under the tree. Then kids bring their robot to a fun camp where they learn programming skills to control their robot.

When: Two-day camp is Dec. 27-28, 9:30 am-noon

Recommended age range: 3rd – 8th grade.  No previous experience needed.

Requirement: An appropriate iOS or Android mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet) is needed to operate Codey Rocky and must be brought to camp.  The only preparation needed is to charge the battery before camp!

Cost: $159.  The Codey Rocky toy alone is a $99 value, check it out here: https://amzn.to/2y0d53g

Sign up here: https://columbiarobotics.org/events/2018-holiday-robotics-camp/

2) Airblock programmable flying drone and afternoon camp

Parents receive a programmable Airblock flying drone to wrap and put under the tree. Then kids bring their drone to a fun camp where they learn how to fly and program their drone as well as basic principles of how drones fly.  Airblock is super cool because it is robust for kids (made out of foam) and can also be reconfigured as a hovercraft.  Check it out here: https://www.makeblock.com/steam-kits/airblock

When: Two-day camp is Dec. 27-28, 1:00 – 3:30 pm.

Recommended age range: 3rd – 8th grade. No previous experience needed.

Requirement: An appropriate iOS or Android mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet) is needed to operate and fly Airblock and must be brought to camp. The only preparation needed is to charge the battery before camp!

Cost: $159. The Airblock toy alone has a suggested retail price of $189 and typically retails for around $99.

Sign up here: https://columbiarobotics.org/events/2018-airblock-drone-holiday-robotics-camp/

Reoccurring Camps:

  • Underwater robotics camps: Campers spend 3 days learning about underwater robotics. On the first 2 days, they assemble their robots and engage in other STEM-related activities. On the third day, they test and compete with their robot at a swimming pool.