Explore the possibilities of robotics with the Glen Ellyn Public Library’s Tween Mini Robot program on April 24th.
The Mini Robot program will teach participants how to work with basic electronics and spark an interest in science, technology and engineering. Attendees will make a simple robot out of a toothbrush head, motor and battery.
After designing and decorating robots, attendees can enter Robot Wars Arena or race against friends. They can even create robot art by dipping the toothbrush bristles in paint and letting them dance across the paper.
Want to see mini robots in action before the GEPL’s program? Visit Glen Crest Middle School’s Literacy Fair on March 28.