STEM Robotics for children of fallen heroes is a program aimed at providing children who have lost a parent in military or first responder service with an opportunity to learn about robotics and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education. The program teaches children the basics of robotics and how to design, build, and program robots. Participants will learn about sensors, motors, and other components used in robotics, as well as programming languages and algorithms. The goal of this program is to provide children with a fun and educational experience that helps to build their STEM skills and confidence, while also providing them with a creative outlet to express themselves and explore the world of robotics. This program can help children develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and can provide them with a foundation for future study and careers in STEM fields.
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