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Girl Scout Daisy Robotics Badges
In our Girl Scout Daisy Robotics workshops, Daisies will earn Robotic badges by focusing on the concepts of robotics, computer programming and the languages that coders use. Daisies will be introduced to algorithmic thinking and will partake in hands-on games and crafts to solidify these concepts and their use of them in real-life applications. Daisies will also be exposed to career pathways connected to programming and robotics.  The 3 badges are  Daisy Badge 1: What do Robots do?   (2-hour workshop / Price: $40 per Girl) Robots are machines that can follow instructions to complete a job. There are lots of robots around us! In this 2 hr team-based workshop, Daisies will learn about the many things that Robots can be designed to do.   Daisy Badge 2: How do Robots Move?  (2-hour workshop / Price: $40 per Girl)  Robots move in many different ways. Some Robots are ball shaped and roll, some have legs and can walk or even crawl like a spider, Some move on wheels like a car and some move on tracks like a Tank. In this 2 hr team based workshop, Daisies will learn about the different parts of these Robots and understand how they move. We will also have some fun learning to instruct them to move. Daisy Badge 3 - Design a Robot     (2-hour workshop / Price: $40 per Girl) Robots are designed to do jobs that are perhaps too repetitive or dangerous or really hard for humans. In this 2 hr team based workshop, Daisies will identify an everyday problem that is best suited for a Robot and sketch out a solution on paper. We will then build a prototype with LEGO’s and create step by step instruction for the Robot. We will test the instructions on the prototype and work on improving the prototype.

When: May 25, 2019 9am in Chelmsford, MA

Girl Scout Brownie Robotics Badges

In our Girl Scout Brownie Robotics workshops, Brownies will earn Robotic badges by focusing on the concepts of robotics, computer programming and the languages that coders use. Brownies will be introduced to algorithmic thinking and will partake in hands-on games and crafts to solidify these concepts and their use of them in real-life applications. Brownies will also be exposed to career pathways connected to programming and robotics.  The 3 Brownie Robotic badges are  Brownie Badge 1: Programming Robots  (2.5-hour workshop / Price: $40 per Girl ) Robots are simple machines programmed to run automatically. In this 2.50 hr team based workshop, Brownies will learn how to create a program that can be run by a Robot. Brownie Badge 2: Designing Robots  (2.5-hour workshop / Price: $40 per Girl)  Robots are designed to help people and animals. In many cases the Robot designs are inspired by humans or animals. In this 2.50 hr team based workshop, Brownies will team up to identify an everyday problem that is best suited for a Robot and sketch out a solution on paper drawing inspiration from humans or animals. They will then build a prototype with LEGO’s and create step by step instruction for the Robot. They will test the instructions on the prototype and work on improving the prototype. Brownie Badge 3: Showcasing Robots  (2.5-hour workshop / Price: $40 per Girl) Engineers in real world share their work to teach others and get feedback. In this 2.50 hr team based workshop, Brownies will team up with her Badge 2 team mate to create a multi-media presentation. We will work with the brownies to help share their presentations at various places places and our clubs. They will also learn about Robotics teams and competitions from our Clubs

When: May 25, 2019 12pm in Chelmsford, MA

Girl Scout Junior Robotics Badges

In our Girl Scout Junior Robotics workshops, Juniors will earn Robotic badges by focusing on the concepts of robotics, computer programming and the languages that coders use. Juniors will be introduced to algorithmic thinking and will partake in hands-on games and crafts to solidify these concepts and their use of them in real-life applications. Juniors will also be exposed to career pathways connected to programming and robotics.  The 3 Junior Robotic badges are  Junior Badge 1: Programming Robots  (3-hour workshop / Price: $50 per Girl) Robots are simple machines programmed to run automatically. In this 3.00 hr team based workshop, Juniors will learn how to create a program that can be run by a Robot. Junior Badge 2: Designing Robots  (3-hour workshop / Price : $50 per Girl) Robots are designed to help people and animals. In many cases the Robot designs are inspired by humans or animals. In this 3.00 hr team based workshop, Brownies will team up to identify an everyday problem that is best suited for a Robot and sketch out a solution on paper drawing inspiration from humans or animals. They will then build a prototype with LEGO’s and create step by step instruction for the Robot. They will test the instructions on the prototype and work on improving the prototype. Junior Badge 3: Showcasing Robots  (3-hour workshop / Price : $50 per Girl)  Engineers in real world share their work to teach others and get feedback. In this 2.50 hr team based workshop, Junior will team up with her Badge 2 team mate to create a multi-media presentation. We will work with the Juniors to help share their presentations at various places places and our clubs. They will also learn about Robotics teams and competitions from our Clubs

When: May 25, 2019 3pm in Chelmsford, MA

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About Chelmsford, MA
Chelmsford Massachusetts is a suburban industrial town located in the Merrimack Valley. The community of Chelmsford was established in 1653 and was a preserve for Christianized Indians. After the 18th century annexation of the Indian land Chelmsford experienced rapid growth when residents realized the fresh water fishing in the Merrimack and Concord Rivers and the good agricultural land along the rivers.

Chelmsford was a community of many specialties that included agriculture and grazing as well as dairying and orchards. There was also some lumbering and some small operations such as grist mills and lime quarries and brick yards. During the 19th century machine shops and a granite quarry that supplied the material for Quincy Market operated in Chelmsford.

Today Chelmsford is located along side Route 3 and therefore enjoys easy access to all points in Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire and is supported by industry and the retail markets found in its shopping centers.