Creators will program tiny robots in a race to collect as many recyclables as possible before the clock runs out.
May 30 – June 4
Ozobots are a great way to teach your kids how to code and keep them entertained at the same time. They're easy for beginners but still challenging enough for coding experts to enjoy. Learn how to program an Ozobot to follow color codes on an eco-friendly mission of picking up recyclable trash. Can you and your Ozobot outsmart the landfill and the looming garbage truck? Test your skills and race against time in the quest to recycle. Not only will you master new programming skills, but you'll also learn the importance of being environmentally conscious, all while having a blast!
Harness your creativity and problem-solving skills in our maker space the J.T. – Minnie Maude Charitable Trust Creativity Lab! Creativity Labs are included with Science Center admission and are 45-minute, educator led, experiences designed to tap into your creative power.
All participants must be 8 years or older. Participants under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Creativity Lab activities will close 10 minutes after their scheduled start time.