North Fayette shapes custom robots

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The Dolphins love showing off their creativity. To showcase their knowledge of shapes, North Fayette Elementary kindergarteners crafted their very own robots.

The yearly class project builds on their study of shapes, both solid and flat. Students are allowed to be as creative as they like in the creation of their robot, and they are built at home to support the family engagement component of learning. They also present their robots to the class to demonstrate their understanding of shapes and introduce them to public speaking.

Dr. Claudette Lester appreciates the students being able to tie their classroom lessons into the world around them.

“When creating this project we wanted to extend the learning of shapes outside the classroom and allow students to learn about shapes in their everyday environment, while at the same time developing an interest in STEM.”

To showcase their knowledge of shapes, North Fayette Elementary kindergarteners crafted their very own robots.