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LEGO Dinosaur Safari Park
Imagine that dinosaurs have come back from the Cretaceous Period and they are on display, but things have gone horribly wrong! In this exciting course, students will pretend they have to care for these dinosaurs, but since handling dinosaurs is dangerous business, students will need to design, build and program robots to help with the tasks.
No prior LEGO experience or course materials are required. Students will be taught everything they need to know during class. Students will work in teams of two - friends are welcome to sign up as partners. Ages 8-14.
Children are born explorers. Their natural curiosity and ingenuity help them envision possibilities and develop innovative solutions to difficult technology problems. eFun Exploration Academy Students are guided by an adult mentor and their imaginations to solve real-world inspired Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics challenges.
|Where||Moraine Valley Community College 9000 W. College Parkway, Palos Hills, IL 60465|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:00 am–12:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Kids, Teens|
More About Moraine Valley Community College
As the second largest community college in Illinois, Moraine Valley provides area students with a multitude of course offerings and areas of study. In addition to traditional college course offerings, Moraine Valley offers a variety of certification programs and classes designed to update professional skill sets.
The campus, on just less than 200 acres of space, has rapidly expanded and renovated in recent years. With 748 credit courses offered each year, Moraine Valley is an increasingly popular option for students looking to save money during their first two years of college.
The campus features a walking track popular with Palos area residents, as well as a nature study area. Its fine arts performing center and frequent children's programs make the college a hub of community activity.
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