Make This Summer a Mathnasium Summer!
Legos, Robotics, and MATH!
This summer Mathnasium of Mesa North is excited to offer a Legos & Robotics Summer Camp! This exciting new summer program is perfect for both new and current students, regardless of math level! We will be holding different sessions each week and encourage students to sign up for more than one week!
Participants will be paired with a partner or a small team to build, code, solve problems, and complete tasks with their robot. Students will be introduced to and use LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 to create and code their robots. This camp will provide students an opportunity to use high quality motors, sensors, gears, wheels, axles and other components to complete their task.
For Advanced Students:
Advanced students will still utilize LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 and its many components. We will provide an opportunity for our advanced students to be creative in their robots and solutions. Direct instruction will still be available but our goal is for the students to build their own robots which will fulfill specific requirements and complete a task.
Current and new students are encouraged to register! The robotics math camp will be $249 each week, $25 off for current students.
Please note: Students will not bring their robots home, but parents will be invited to see their student's robots in action on the last day of the week.
More to Math Camp:
Our More to Math Camp is perfect for students in 1st-2nd grade. For a hands-on approach, young students will use LEGOs to develop mathematical concepts from the Common Core State Standards. Each week we will be teaching a new standard, all of which will require students to solve challenging, but fun, problems related to the different mathematical standards. The More to Math Camp will be held twice each week for one hour. This math camp is $29 each week, $5 off to current students. Since each week a different standard will be taught, we encourage students to sign up for several weeks!
**More updates coming soon!**
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