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Published on Feb 21, 2012
Fourth grade students at Columbus School for Girls participate in the Lego Robotics program with WeDo robotics. Student teams build a variety of models including chomping alligators, drumming monkeys, whirring airplanes, spinning tops, and roaring lions. Serious fun continues by using the icon driven Lego software to program the models to move, spin, and make sounds. This year's class took it one step further. They organized a class team effort, creating their very own first ever Lego Soccer tournament, complete with soccer kicker, goalie, mascots, an airplane flyby, and cheering fans watching from boats, all built out of the WeDo Lego systems and individually programmed to perform.