For His Glory Robotics

Is your child interested in Robots? They are offering another Beginning LEGO NXT Robotics class and another Advanced LEGO NXT Robotics class this Fall!  Class will be held in a home in Northville.
Beginning Robotics with NXT – 2 Openings Left
• In this hands-on class students will learn about the 4 parts of Robotics: Building, Programming, Teamwork, and Sportsmanship. Students will work with LEGO NXT robots and LEGO NXT-G programming language. The class will culminate with a competition similar to Robofest competitions.
• Homework: students will do a research project about a way robots are currently used or a way that they think robots could be used.
• Class fee: $80 per student
•  6 weeks, 2 hour session per week.  September 23rd,  September 30th, October 7th (one week break) October 21st, October 28th, November 4th, Mondays, 1:30-3:30.
• This class will be held in Northville, MI. If your student is interested in this class, please contact
Advanced Robotic Preparation for Robofest GRAF Competition – 1 Opening Left!
• In this hands-on class students will brainstorm, design, build, and program a robot that falls into one of two categories: Robotic Performing Arts and Robotic Visual Arts. The students will have the opportunity to register in and demonstrate their robot at GRAF, Global Robotics Art Festival. There will be no requirement to participate in GRAF.
• Prerequisite: students must have basic experience building and programming a LEGO NXT robot or have taken our Beginning Robotics with LEGO NXT class
• Class fee: $80 per student
• September 6 weeks, 2 hour session per week. September 23rd,  September 30th, October 7th (one week break) October 21st, October 28th, November 4th, Mondays, 10:00 am – Noon.  Additional  optional preparation day on November 18th for GRAF competition on November 23rd.
• This class will be held in Northville, MI. If your student is interested in this class, please contact
What is GRAF?
Express Yourself with Robots! Robofest offers a unique TEAMS (Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Science) learning opportunity using intelligent & interactive robotics with visual and performing arts categories. Robots must have computational components programmed by participants and must employ sensors.
Student teams will design and build a robot to compete. Judges will visit team tables and teams will give a 4 minute presentation to demonstrate what their robot can do.
 About
Sibling team Molly (11th grade) and Max (9th grade) are homeschool students who have been competing in Robotics competitions since 2010.  They are the 2010 Robofest 1st place Junior Game World Champions, the 2011 Robofest 4th place Junior Game World Champions, and the 2012 Robofest 1st place Hexapod Sumo World Champions.  Molly and Max are dedicated to doing robotics for the glory of God.