I want our students to remember that building the robot was just as fun as programming it and maneuvering it through challenges. This only works when they have a great place to create, explore, and challenge themselves on building the best robot yet!
Our students are amazing.
I know lots of teachers say that, but do their students make a robot out of nothing. They apply their skills from life and the classroom to create. They are from the Midwest so you know they are resourceful. And with all of the languages that they speak, you know they are learning much more than building a robot.
They will create a space fit for building a robot. They will use the table to saw, clamp, and bend the parts of the robot. Bins will help us keep all the little bits organized. Who knew how many screws you would need? Then shelves will help us have more floorspace. We need the floorspace to maneuver our robot to practice for the challenges.
Our students need a great space to create a great robot.
They have done a great job by themselves getting organized, but this will make us a well-oiled machine. The space will be free to help us be more creative next build season too!
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