Robots for Kids
From Science Kids New Zealand
Engineering And Robotics Learned Young (EARLY) is a program that exposes our youth to engineering. EARLY provides 7 to 12 year olds the opportunity to participate in a robotics competition every fall and spring.
A free robotics program written by two retired college professors. It was designed as a tool for teaching young students to program. According to the site, RobotBASIC can simulate a robot with many types of sensors, control a real robot using the wireless protocol, create animated simulations and video games, handle complex engineering problems, motivate students to learn, and create contests for robot clubs.
First Lego League
FLL is a result of an exciting alliance between FIRST and the LEGO Company. Guided by adult mentors and their own imaginations, FLL students solve real-world engineering challenges, develop important life skills, and learn to make positive contributions to society.
Robotics Alliance Project
Robotics online courses, competitions, challenges, activities, teacher resources, and more. From NASA Robotics.
RobotCafe.com is a community of fellow robotics enthusiasts who share the common goal of fostering the advancement of robotics in every aspect of today's world. Lots of resources for robotics.
Botball® is a hands-on learning experience in robotics designed to engage students in learning the practical applications of science, technology, engineering and math.
FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs that build not only science and technology skills and interests, but also self-confidence, leadership, and life skills.
Robofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition for students in grades 5 - 12. Robofest challenges teams of students to design, build, and program robots to compete in playful missions and exhibitions. Students have fun while learning computer programming, engineering, math, and science.
Products for robotics
Buy and sell used, vintage, and new LEGO parts.
Classroom activities developed by the Carnegie Science Center from the Robotics Exhibition