Olympics

Program ● Robotics ● EV3 ● Grades 3-8


Basketball

This lesson will introduce the students to the use of the third motor as they attempt to build an attachment that can throw a ball. Students will also learn how to program their robot to be accurate and consistent.

Hockey

This lesson will introduce the students to the use of the third motor as they attempt to build an attachment that can throw a ball. Students will also learn how to program their robot to be accurate and consistent.

Off to the Training Center

Students will build the basic robot that will be their “athlete”. They will also learn how to program their robot to navigate its way around the training center.

Sprint!

The light sensor will enable to students to race around a track with their robot. This will introduce the students to a new sensor as well as how to tweak a program for speed.

Tug of War

Utilizing the third motor for additional traction, students will learn how to give their base robot additional pulling power. Students’ robots will challenge one another in a fun, competitive contest of Tug of War.

This lesson appears in the following program
  Robotics: Robotics 101 (link)
  Robotics: RoboBattles (link)
This lesson has a birthday party version 
  Robotics: Gear Up! (link)

Wrestling

This lesson will introduce the students to the use of the third motor as they attempt to build an attachment that can throw a ball. Students will also learn how to program their robot to be accurate and consistent.