The robotics club has really taken to programming and autonomous robot design. As they discussed in their last match they wanted to continue working on learning programming and see if they could program a robot that was able to
Month: April 2015
Tonight’s match was the best the team has had yet! The team placed first for the night in the Teamwork Challenge. They also placed first in the Programming Challenge! This is especially amazing because this is the first week that the team has competed in that aspect of the Vex IQ Challenge. It was really …
Our raised garden beds from last year did so well that I decided to put in some larger raised garden beds this spring. This is how I built our larger sized cedar raised gardens. Building these garden beds is a great and simple DIY project that can easily be accomplished in an afternoon. I chose to …
Our practice following this week’s match was one of the best practices we have had yet. The team spent nearly all of the practice learning about programming and testing the programs they wrote. I have spent a lot of time trying to think of the best way to teach programming while still keeping it fun
A three-bin composting system is a wonderful way to create compost and looks attractive. With the wonderful spring weather we have been having I had the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the sunshine with this project. If you are looking for a fun and easy DIY project, a three-bin composting system is a great beginner project.
After what seemed like a long break from Vex IQ robotics matches, the robotics club’s first match of the new season took place tonight. The team did an outstanding job with their new design. Many of the other teams thought their robot was very “cool” which made the students happy. As the matches got underway