Congratulations, Focus graduates! Focus students celebrate their completion of the two week program with a graduation ceremony and ice cream social.
Both focus programs, Maker and Vet, celebrate all of their work and accomplishments over the past two weeks with diplomas and ice cream.
Focus Maker students spend the day at the MIT Edgerton Center where they learn how to solder and then apply those new skills to the construction of a robot.
Students in the EXPLO Maker class continue to design and create their final projects that will be presented in the Maker Faire at the end of the week.
Maker students continue to work on their individual projects for their final week of the program. Projects include everything from sewing to woodshop to 3D printing!
Maker students receive their fantastic Maker shirts today and start brainstorming ideas and plans for next Friday's Maker Fair!
Today these makers become familiar with littleBits circuits and brainstorm various ways they could be used or potentially incorporated into future projects.
After their introduction to sewing, Makers are challenged to come up with an idea, choose any fabric, create a design, and sew it all together!
An aspiring engineer and entrepreneur, sixth-grader Roddy is joining EXPLO Maker all the way from Russia. He is on a quest to revolutionize and better the world, and he sees the skills and tools he'll gain at EXPLO as one of the many important steps on his path.