Adventures in LEGO Robotics
Design. Build. Program.
Learn to design, build and program awe-inspiring robots using LEGO’s most advanced and newest robotics technology – the powerful MINDSTORMS® EV3. You’ll work as a team to complete projects and games created specifically for EV3. The EV3 is today’s go-to robotics system for hobbyists and features improved digital sensors, a seven-state color-light sensor, new gyro sensors, touch sensors and an improved ultrasonic sensor. Students will leave with an understanding of the Engineering Design Process and the skills needed to build and program competitive robots. Find this camp near you >>
Learn everything you need to know about Adventures in LEGO Robotics.
Ages: 8 – 12
Hours: Full Day
Lab Fee: $95
Hardware + Software
LEGO Digital Designer
LEGO EV3 kits
Learn how to use coding and color, gyroscope, ultrasonic and touch sensors to control a robot.
What You Create
Students will build robots that can compete in challenges and games.
Skills + Experience
Get ready for a fun and meaningful camp experience through project-based learning.
Students will get to see firsthand how their code translates into actions that control their robot. After going through the Engineering Design Process, students will solve real-world problems to produce a competition ready robot! All skill-sets are welcome, as Instructors and TA’s are ready to tailor curriculum to students needs.
The Adventures Experience
Our Adventures camps give elementary level students, ages 8-12, a meaningful, hands-on introduction to the fundamentals of technology and design-thinking methodology; challenging them to collaborate with their fellow campers to create solutions to real-world problems.
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Find This Camp Near You
I liked how we built our own robots and programmed them. I also liked how my group and I programmed our robots to follow a line and do a little dance!Storey B.
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Sample Camp Day
Beat the traffic! Drop off anytime between 8:00 and 9:00am.
|9:00 am||Hands-on Tech Instruction
Learn + Understand
|10:30 am||Morning Break + Outdoor Activities
|11:00 am||Continued Instruction + Creation
Application + Guided Practice
|12:00 pm||Lunch Break
Bring your own or purchase a lunch plan, available at select locations.
|1:00 pm||Back to Camp
Create, Test, Evaluate + Improve
|2:30 pm||Afternoon Break + Outdoor Activities
|3:00 pm||Continued Instruction + Creation
Review + Share
|5:00 pm||Student Pick-up
Running late? Pick up as late as 5:30pm.
✓ Google Apps email account + unlimited cloud storage
✓ Personalized feedback + Project Achievement Report
✓ Certificate of Completion
✓ Digital Media Academy camp t-shirt
✓ Personal Apple workstation for camp
✓ Low staff to student ratios
Add-Ons Available at Checkout
+ Lunch: Add lunch so you don’t have to bring your own!*
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*Meals available at select locations
The DMA Difference
Discover what sets us apart from the competition and why we're the best.
Educators, artists, and talented industry professionals with a passion for STEM education.
Our students enjoy a balanced camp day with both in-class lessons and outdoor activities.
Our curriculum sparks curiosity, builds confidence, and fosters teamwork and collaboration.
Our staff is First-Aid + CPR certified and have completed national background checks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do students get to keep their robots after class is over?
Unfortunately, no. EV3 kits are re-deployed week after week; however; students in our Arduino robotics courses are able to take home their Arduino kits.
Are these robots used in school robotics competitions?
Yes. The First LEGO League is where most students can get started with robotics competitions at their schools.
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