First Annual Knox County FLL Open House – Mission Accomplished

We had a great time sharing our FFL experience with a lot of kids from the community aged 4-10 and their teachers/parents at the Gambier Community Center today.  Our team was pumped and hopefully we have inspired some kids and seeded another team or two down the road.

Team Work_web

Pre-Game Team Building Warm-Up

Explaining FLL web

Future Senator David elucidating FIRST LEGO League Principles

Demo Table Best web

Beckett and the Team demonstrating various Simple and Not-So-Simple Machines Models

Curious Kids web

Devin gives Young Minds a deep drink from the Well of STEM Knowledge

Modle Table Expl web

Hands on Learning (Clutch and Differential Gear Systems)

Touch It web

Teo, Jon and Co. – Experiential Learning at its Best

Project Presentation Best web

Spencer explains how to use Augmented Reality to make Local History fun and interesting

Project Aurasma web

Aurasma Technology gives a big Wow Factor to our Demo

Project Presentation web

Presenting our Research Project to our Community (get well Makenna)

Robot Table web

The Robot Challenge Overview

Robot Mechanics webSolvi explaining Robot Mechanics and some Design Decisions

Robot Table Point web

Trey explaining the Finer Points of our Robot Strategy

Pizza Time web

Jon and Devin enjoy Pizza Time!

 

Since this is our first year we didn’t know what to expect, but everything turned out well for everyone involved.  Special thanks to the Village of Gambier, Pam Schehl of the Mt. Vernon News, Radio Station WNZR and the Mt. Vernon City Public School District for helping us get the word out and providing a venue for our Demo Day.

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