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Robotics

September 3, 2014

Robotics


Division/Grade
Level I (Grade 3-5)
Level II (Grade 6-8
Level III (Grade 9-12)

4-H robotic members learn about engineering, building, and programming. This is a fun, educational opportunity for youth in grades 3 through 12 to learn hands on concepts in the engineering design process, computer programming skills, team building, problem solving and much more. The 4-H robotics club works as both individuals and teams to solve team problems and concepts throughout the year and at competitions.

4-H Fair Display
This project will be judged by grades 3, 4, & 5; grades 6, 7, & 8; and grades 9, 10, 11, & 12. Choose one or both of the level exhibit options below based on your interests and skill level.

Level 1
1. Exhibit a poster or robotics notebook to demonstrate what you learned about the engineering design process from participation in club activities, workshops, and/or contest events.
2. Give a talk or demonstration related to the project.

*Notebooks should include all previous years’ work.

Level 2
Exhibit a poster or robotics notebook to demonstrate what you learned about the robotics design and programming with sensors from participation in club activities, workshops, and/or contest events. Provide details on the program you or your team wrote and explain changes made to help the robot complete the challenge.
1. Give a talk or demonstration related to the project.

*Notebooks should include all previous years’ work.

Level 3
1. Exhibit a poster or robotics notebook to demonstrate what you learned about either robotics communication or the engineering design process and programming. Explain your experience with trying to complete a challenge such as changes made to the robot and/or program along the way.
2. Exhibit a poster or notebook on how to mentor and plan activities to teach younger children to participate in robotics.

*Notebooks should include all previous years’ work.

All 4-H members who enroll in the Robotics project are encouraged to participate in the County 4-H Robotics Contest.

NO STATE FAIR ENTRY

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