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Raspberry Pi – Upper Elementary and Middle School

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Each student will work with a Raspberry Pi computer and learn how to connect it, get it running, and begin programming basic projects. No prior experience is required, but this lesson series requires a middle school level of reading, typing and math including simple multiplication and division. In the past, the Raspberry Pi was programmed to create sounds based on color input.

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Lego Robotics Advanced – Upper Elementary and Middle School

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Students will work individually or in pairs with a Lego Spike Prime kit. Time will be split between learning how to build a robotic device, and programming basic robotic functions. Lego programming is done in Scratch-like block coding.

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Lego Robotics – Early Elementary

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Students will work individually or in pairs with a Lego Spike Prime kit. Time will be split between learning how to build a robotic device, and programming basic robotic functions. Lego programming is done in Scratch-like block coding.

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Scratch Block Coding Basics – Upper Elementary and Middle School

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Scratch, like other block based coding languages, is a good place for kids to start. They learn the structure of coding without needing to worry about a lot of syntax. The pieces of code are each in block format, and the program is a connecting of the blocks to make the animation on the screen do things.

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3D Modeling with TinkerCAD for Elementary and Middle School Students

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Students will learn how to create a CAD design for an item to be built. This lesson requires approximately middle school levels of reading and math comprehension. Programming of the CAD design is done in TinkerCAD. To create a drawing for printing, most children will require more than one TinkerCAD lesson or individual appointment.

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