Video and reporting by: Isaiah Showell
BRIDGETON, N.J. — Little Sparks Technology Camp hosted its week-long summer session aimed at getting children introduced to robotics and other creative courses at the Alms Center.
Students as young as third graders and up to eighth graders got to participate in a number of different activities involving science and technology, but the main attraction of the weekend was the LEGO car racing. Participants built functioning LEGO cars that were programmed to race and complete obstacle courses.
Other classes offered as part of the technology camp included art, engineering, and science. You can find more information about Little Sparks Technology Camp at South Jersey Robotics’ official website.
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