4-H Club LEGO Robotics Spring 2022

    Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 4:30 PM until Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at 5:30 PMMountain Standard Time

    DSU - Atwood Innovation Plaza - STEM Center
    453 S 600 E
    St George, UT 84770
    United States

    4-H LEGO Robotics Club (5-7th graders) 

    This course is an introduction to engineering and computer science using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 technology.  Students will program functional robotics using sensor inputs.

    No previous programming knowledge or experience is required. All 4-H members who are in 5th - 7th grade are invited to begin their journey in computer science by joining this LEGO Robotics Club.

    4-H Club LEGO Robotics Spring 2022

     5-7th graders

    This course is an introduction to engineering and computer science using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 technology. Starting with the basics of using LEGO's visual programming, the course will stretch your mind and challenge you in your ability to build functional robotics and think computationally. This is a hands-on course where you will learn to think critically and solve problems with technology.

    No previous programming or engineering knowledge is needed. Join us as you start your journey as a robotics engineer and computer scientist. All girls and boys are welcome to register.


    The $ 25.00 course fee includes:

    • Annual 4-H membership fee, if necessary


    Every Wednesday from from 4:30 - 5:30 pm, January 12 - March 2, 2022
    The Dixie State 4-H Showcase March 9, 6-8pm


    • 1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/2
    • 8 weeks total
    • Dixie 4-H Showcase March 9, 6-8pm

    Room Numbers

    Atwood Innovation Plaza in room 124 (Gym). It's the former East Elementary School building across the street from the Smith Building at DSU, right off of University Ave (700 E).

    • LEGO Robotics 4-H Club with Dixie State University interns/4-H Volunteers

    Course Requirements

    • Cannot miss more than 1 meeting
    • Parent/Guardian must must commit to pick up child by exactly 5:30 pm 
    • End course with final presentation 

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    It is our hope that you and your fellow students will have an enjoyable experience and a safe return home. You are, therefore, expected to display the following behaviors at all times:

    1. For safety, the directions of program leaders must be followed at all times, so listen carefully.

    2. Dress should be neat and appropriate for a school setting. Clothing should not display profanity, suggestive slogans, or promote illegal substances.

    3. Closed toe shoes should be worn.

    4. Do not leave your group at any time unless you inform a program leader.

    5. Inflammatory comments concerning ability, race, gender, religion, or orientation will not be tolerated.

    6. Do not engage in unsafe behavior in the classrooms or anywhere else on campus.

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    10. Cell phones are to be turned off during all workshops and other activities. They may be used in an emergency situation.

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    the program.

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