#### Search Results for ages 1-99

How to make NXT faster?   (Problem)
replace the old batteries with new ones. Make sure you are using small tires. And, Make sure there is no contact between the rotating shaft and other lego parts

Ages: 2-4

A Chair for Mr. Bear   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
In this activity students will be asked to design a sturdy chair that keeps
Mr. Bear seated upright

Ages: 5-8

Boat that floats   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
This introductory activity gives students the challenge of building a LEGO boat (with limited pieces) that floats and holds the most weight afloat. The students will begin to see how buoyancy works and gain familiarity with putting LEGO bricks in water.

Ages: 10-14

Assistive device project   (Media)
This is a student project from the assistive devices curriculum.

Ages: 12-13

Program human before robot   (Problem)
Have the students make a sample program as a class where one student is the robot with their left leg acting as motor A and their right leg acting as motor B. You can print off ROBOLAB icons and put them on the board as they make the program.
test

Ages: 5-99

Propulsion - prop size   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
In this activity students explore how a propeller's size can influence the amount of propulsion they will get. They will build a simple set-up where they can record how many revolutions a certain propeller makes in a set time. This can be compared to the same set-up with different sized propellers. ...

Ages: 10-14

Propulsion - gears   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
Students will explore how changing gear ratios can increase the or decrease the propulsion they get from their propeller. This activity can also be done in conjunction with the Propulsion - prop size activity in this Underwater Robotics unit.

NOTE: The RCX should never be submerged in...

Ages: 10-14

Pulley Wall   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
Learning Objectives: To introduce the students to pulleys and how they work
â€¢ What LEGO pieces make a pulley? (pulley wheel, pulley band)
â€¢ How do pulleys work?

The Challenge: Each student builds a 2-pulley wall (a beam with 2 pulley wheels, 2 axles, 2
...

Ages: 5-8

Snow! Snow! Snow!   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
Learning Objectives: To engage students in an open-ended engineering design challenge
that utilizes their motorized vehicles
The Challenge: In this activity students will be tasked with designing a vehicle that will
clear snow from a path

Ages: 5-8

Battery Investigation   (Lesson Plan/Activity)
In this activity students will be connecting a LEGO motor to various batteries to test their assumptions about the effect these batteries have on the speed of a motor. NOTE: This activity works with both NXT and RCX motors.

Ages: 10-18