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Robo Task Force

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Spring Semester 2014
January 28-May 6
12 Weeks No sessions February 18 and March 11, April 15
Tuesdays 4:00 - 5:30 pm 

Robo Task Force is an after-school robotics club that offers engaging experiences for 3rd through 7th graders. Join other participants in exploring construction, materials development, electronics principles and robotic systems and design. Build your experiences with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) as you investigate and make robots.

Registration/Information 
online

Download registration form
Call: (505) 224-8341
Mon.-Fri. 9 am - 5 pm 
Email reservations@explora.us
Para español llame al (505) 224-8323
lunes-viernes 9 am a 5 pm

Class Fees:
Member: $195.00
Non-member: $230.00
All registrations must be accompanied by full payment.

We accept cash, checks, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Make all checks payable to Explora.
Please download, complete and mail the registration form to:

Explora Reservations Coordinator
1701 Mountain Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Cancelation policy
If a cancelation is received at least 5 business days before the first class, a refund will be issued for the amount minus a 15% administration fee. Cancelations received fewer than 5 business days before the first class will not be refunded. Full fees will be refunded if Explora cancels a program.
  • Increase your understanding about what makes a collection of circuitry and building materials a robot. Learn how they sense, respond and act. Investigate electronic systems including microcontrollers like Arduino™ and Pico Crickets™.

  • Explore mechanical engineering and green engineering by taking apart electronic items. Use these and other recycled items to design and build your own robots. Add a motor, a propeller, or other items and take your creation home.

  • Discover programmable devices using LEGO® Mindstorms™. Design, program, and test these robots to make decisions as you problem solve Robotics Invention Systems™ tasks, and more.

  • Design a robotic space vehicle to solve a real life problem, like removing space junk that circles our planet, or preventing a large asteroid from hitting Earth.