In Greenville, children grades four through eight learned all about robotics programming and mechanical design on Thursday.
It was for A Time For Science’s robotics camp.
Kids built Lego robots and controlled them through computers.
Some drew up mazes and other obstacles for the machines to zip around on.
High school junior Martha Crisp is a student instructor this year.
She said STEM will help her and other campers in future career decisions.
“Stuff that i have learned other than science and engineering and technology, is how to communicate with others, and that is a big part of whatever job that you may have.”
The students will showcase some of the things they learned to their parents on the last day of camp Friday.