Kids take on curiosity camps at RMSC
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Children are taking part in curiosity camps at the Rochester Museum and Science Center.
This week they are building their own robots, learning about programming and engineering.
"We've built a robot that we have to get through a maze,” said Logan Pettis.
"We have to make something that will hold the ball and then we have to be able to drive forward and turn with it,” said Declan Reilly.
The kids start with a blueprint, build their robot, then put it through a series of challenges.
"It's more of them getting the experience of we tried something, why didn't it work and then they have to go back and fix it a little,” said camp instructor Jonah Farnum.
"Sometimes we made a little bit of mistakes and we had to rebuild again,” said Aleyna Mooney.
To learn more about the camps offered at RMSC, click here.