From left, Hilton Head Boys and Girls Club kids Pablo Ahumada, 10, Kaelee Mucha, 9, teacher Abi Fidler and Olivia MacIsaac, 9, sift through spare parts in search of the right piece as they assemble a bumper with a touch sensor for their Lego Mindstorms NXT robot, visible at center, at the club on Tuesday.
From left, Hilton Head Boys and Girls Club kids Pablo Ahumada, 10, Kaelee Mucha, 9, teacher Abi Fidler and Olivia MacIsaac, 9, sift through spare parts in search of the right piece as they assemble a bumper with a touch sensor for their Lego Mindstorms NXT robot, visible at center, at the club on Tuesday. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
From left, Hilton Head Boys and Girls Club kids Pablo Ahumada, 10, Kaelee Mucha, 9, teacher Abi Fidler and Olivia MacIsaac, 9, sift through spare parts in search of the right piece as they assemble a bumper with a touch sensor for their Lego Mindstorms NXT robot, visible at center, at the club on Tuesday. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

LEGO program gives students a kit to built and program robots

July 14, 2009 06:10 PM

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