Natalie Kost, Brandy Howdershell, and Taylor Jenkins helped out at the Kaleidoscope Discovery Center that was held in the Licking Elementary School cafeteria June 6 and 7. The June 7 class was called Future City where kids from five to 14 created what they wanted in a future city.
June 6 Robotics class. The objective of the demonstrations and building sessions were to encourage robotics classes in schools. For more information, visit the website at thekaleidoscope.org or call 573-308-9082.
The kids got to build and play with the robots that they made with the Kaleidoscope Discovery Center.
Photos courtesy of Brandy Howdershell.