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  1. SEMS Robotics Fair! Who: All SEMS STUDENTS What: Robots, Robots! All kinds of Robots! Where: SEMS School Gym When: 5-7 pm on May 3rd. May 4th exhibits on display all day. Why: To Demonstrate Students Ability in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). worldofwallpapers.blogspot.com

  2. To Create Your Robot: Have an Idea - Use cardboard, old toys, broken toys, LEGO pieces, beans, wire, cans, cloth, and anything you want. brickset.com

  3. Robot must be no taller than one meter high. • Your robot must stand no taller than 1 meter / (36”), and no wider than 45cm/ (16”) wide. http://www.freeppt.net/background/red-blue-robot-machine-543.html

  4. Guidelines For SEMS Robotic Fair Grades: 4-12 • First find Isaac Asimov’s “Three Laws of Robotics.” • Brainstorm ideas for your robot. • Questions you must ask are: What can my robot do? Why? • Keep a log with clearly written notes for your robot -design, measurements, and process of building your robot. • The robot must have one or more movable parts. This part can be manipulated electronically, or manually. • You are permitted to use 12 volt dry cell batteries to power your robot. • Materials: You can use almost any kind of material to build your robot. Examples: Cardboard, wire, metal cans, plastic juice containers, old broken toys, beans/seeds, wood http://media.photobucket.com/image/black%20background/Navi88_/Background.png

  5. Items Not Allowed • No Liquid Acid Batteries! • Nothing with Sharp Edges! (glass, etc.) • No Explosives! • No Fire! layoutsparks.com

  6. Important Question: a1star.com What Does My Robot Do?

  7. http://www.freeppt.net/background/wanted-poster-with-border-742.htmlhttp://www.freeppt.net/background/wanted-poster-with-border-742.html • Parents to help build a robot with their kids today. • Get a rubric and more details from your child’s teacher and create a robot with your child for the fair today! Robotics Rock at SEMS!

  8. Awards • Most Creative: Student(s) demonstrates knowledge of Isaac Asimov’s “3 Laws of Robotics” • Best Construction: Student(s) has clear notes of process & movable part(s) • Best Overall http://www.fondoswallpapers.net/wallpapers/images/2011/03/1280x1024/wallpaper-hd-robot-cam-1984-2158.jpg

  9. Contact SEMS: 09721-96-6518 354-6734Your Child’s Teacher & Jean Kenny