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Fifth graders build and work with robots


October 10, 2018

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Back row, Josie Knutson, Josh Rausch, Kingston Sylte, Autumn Braun, Gracyn Kadlec, Natalie Crissman, LaVayah Russell, Nevaeh Moser, Madisyn Gellhaus; middle row, Trinity Reynolds, Praise Lange, Ty Bauer, Casey Geditz, Kaden Weig, Gunnar Knittel, Lewis Judkins, Brianna Geditz, Gabby Wald, Ava Davis, Charli Rawden; front row, Casey Gilborne, Brody Davis, Karlie Weisser, Matthew Severson, Dominic Hofer, Marley Guthmiller, Mac Heinz. Not pictured are Audrey Braun, Kyle Hettich, Sienna Kessler, Nai'a Meidinger, Aiden Meyers.

The Ipswich Fifth Grade class recently finished a lesson on Robotics.

Lego EV3 kits were received from the Sioux Falls Regional Extension Office for use in Carol Lacher and Brandi Schlosser's classrooms. Assisting in the teaching was Bonnie Nehlich, 4-H Youth Program Advisor.

The students were paired up and assembled the Cowbot robot. They used Chromebooks to program the robot to move forward and backward, make turns, and lift up a paper cow and move it to another spot. They also worked with the color, touch, and ultrasonic sensors.


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