Brilliant Brains Bulletin - 4th
Current Studies and Explorations
In the beginning of October, students will be learning how to program & troubleshoot the LEGO Mindstorm NXT robots using software. Students will use critical thinking and problem solving to actively build their understanding of programming and coding using a kid-friendly, icon-based software. Later in the month, learners will start to plan, build, and test their own original robot and program designs.
Throughout November, they will also be given specific challenges to apply their knowledge and test their problem solving skills. Students will share their struggles and successes through open peer discussion & notebooking.
Whether it is in space exploration, the medical field, or even on the football field, robotic technology is used everywhere. During these explorations, students will gain a better understanding of our world & its advancements in science through robotics.
a message from Mrs. Redmon
Mrs. Redmon will be sharing our journey with you through our student portfolios on Seesaw! Throughout the year, I will be posting student work, pics, or videos of your child's explorations.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
- Oct. 3rd: Walk with the Birds (general admission/all ages/ 7-9 am)
- Nov. 13th: Kids Night Out at the Swamp ($20/ages 7-12/ from 6-10pm)
- Nov. 14th: Cyanotypes: Where Art Meets Science (Contact BR Gallery for more info/ages 7-14/ from 1-3pm)
BREC Highland Observatory:
-Every Friday & Saturday Nights: Evening Sky Viewings (Free/all ages/Fri.: 8:30-10pm/Sat. 7:30-10pm)
-Oct. 24th: The Spooky Spectrum (Free for all ages/ 6-10 pm)
Global Wildlife Center:
- Oct. 10: Fall Festival ($15 for non-members/all ages/5-8 pm)
- Up to Nov. 8: Mrs. Heather's Pumpkin Patch (Hammond, LA/$7 child & free for adults/open all week)
- Up to Nov. 2: Barn Hill Preserve (Ethel, LA/Children 12 & Under $7 - Adults $10/Sat. & Sun. 10am-5pm)
Visit our class website (mrsrhodesbrilliantbrains.weebly.com) often to stay up to date with the latest communication from us! Parents, to protect our privacy, our website pages are password-protected. The password is "gifted215"
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