Team Rhyme Know Reason participated by providing demonstration and outreach to Delaware educators and business professionals at 2016 DE STEM Council Symposium held at University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall, talking with visitors about their program and their robot design process. FTC students are preparing for their first competition event next weekend in Ambler, PA.
The event is free and open to public. Info here.
More team info on their team Facebook page.
If you are heading out this Sunday to Mini MAKER Faire at Christiana Mall, why not grab a bite at California Pizza Kitchen too? With this coupon, 20% of your order will help support FTC robotics team Rhyme Know Reason with competition and travel expenses.
Who: FTC team Rhyme Know Reason
What: Robot demonstration and Pizza fundraiser
Where: Demo at Christiana Mall Barnes and Noble MAKER FAIRE and dining nearby at Christiana Mall California Pizza Kitchen
When: Both events Sunday Nov. 6,2016
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Who: Student leaders from two FSR teams–MOE FRC and MOE FTC– will present a robotics program to campers at the Delaware Museum of Natural History’s Young Engineers Camp.
What: With robot kits that were funded through Next Generation of Delaware Community Foundation, robotics students will teach the basics of design and programming in order to build robots to complete tasks in a same-day mini-competition. Also the high school age students will demonstrate their own award-winning competition robots and discuss their programs.
When: Wednesday, July 16
Where: Young Engineers Camp at the Delaware Museum of Natural History — Kennett Pike in Wilmington.
Interested? The Delaware Museum of Natural History’s Summer Camps offer children ages 2 – 12 the opportunity to explore science and nature through hands-on, interactive learning. Information about the museum and camp registration can be found at: http://www.delmnh.org/