About the Event: In this project, children will design and construct a robot to locate, collect and dispose of land trash and pollution. After taking a close look at existing robots cleaning our planet, children will design, build and code their own robot to clean their local area.
Who Should Attend: Calling all young eco-champions! This event is tailored for spirited children aged 7-12 who want to unleash their creativity and make a positive impact on the world. No prior experience is required—just bring your enthusiasm and a willingness to learn!
What’s the Cost: Invest in your child’s creativity and environmental consciousness at an affordable cost of $29 per student. This fee covers all materials, guidance, and a unique opportunity for your child to explore the world of podcasting.
About the Host: Meet our enthusiastic host, Stephanie, a passionate advocate for community support and environmental well-being. She is dedicated to fostering connected communities through engaging and educational events. Get ready for an inspiring session that empowers young minds to be change-makers.
About the Venue: Located at the vibrant Little BIG House in the heart of Flour Mill, Summer Hill, our venue sets the stage for a dynamic and collaborative podcasting journey. Surrounded by the community spirit, children will discover the joy of learning, creating, and connecting with like-minded peers. Let’s amplify our voices for a greener, more sustainable future!