Tag: Junior Girl Scouts

UpcomingJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 3: Crane Design Challenge

  • June 17, 2021, CDT
    6:30 pm CDT - 7:15 pm CDT

 

Live, online class
Tuition: $6
We’ll be building a crane that has a crank to raise and lower the arm and a cool mechanism for turned the load from side to side! No kits here…we’ll be using recyclables!
Materials Needed:
Pencil (it will become part of the crane)
Ruler
scissors
Sturdy box for base
Heavy pieces of card board
Tool for poking holes in cardboard
String or yarn
2 sturdy plastic cups (we’ll use McDonald’s cups we recycled)
Tape (masking or duct)
a small container to attach to the crane to hold the items to be lifted.
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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 3: Crane Design Challenge

  • May 19, 2021, CDT
    4:30 pm CDT - 5:15 pm CDT

 

Live, online class
Tuition: $6
We’ll be building a crane that has a crank to raise and lower the arm and a cool mechanism for turned the load from side to side! No kits here…we’ll be using recyclables!
Materials Needed:
Pencil (it will become part of the crane)
Ruler
scissors
Sturdy box for base
Heavy pieces of card board
Tool for poking holes in cardboard
String or yarn
2 sturdy plastic cups (we’ll use McDonald’s cups we recycled)
Tape (masking or duct)
a small container to attach to the crane to hold the items to be lifted.
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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 2: Balloon Car

  • June 10, 2021, CDT
    4:30 pm CDT - 5:15 pm CDT
Live, online class
Tuition: $6
Join us as we work to engineer a balloon powered car! You will complete the requirements for the Junior Mechanical Engineering Badge 2.
Supplies needed:
Wheels – these could be cut from cardboard, lids, CD’s
Axels- BBQ Skewers would very well. You’ll need 2
Straws- big enough for the skewers to fit through
Balloons – not too big
Body of Car – this could be cardboard or a small soda or juice bottle
Tape
Scissors
Decorating supplies
Extra cardboard
Scholarships are available for financial need, just ask. Troop leaders, we’re happy to schedule a workshop just for your troop so they can have a shared experience. Just contact us to schedule.
LabSpaceRobotics@gmail.com

 

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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 2: Balloon Car

  • May 12, 2021, CDT
    4:30 pm CDT - 5:15 pm CDT
Live, online class
Tuition: $6
Join us as we work to engineer a balloon powered car! You will complete the requirements for the Junior Mechanical Engineering Badge 2.
Supplies needed:
Wheels – these could be cut from cardboard, lids, CD’s
Axels- BBQ Skewers would very well. You’ll need 2
Straws- big enough for the skewers to fit through
Balloons – not too big
Body of Car – this could be cardboard or a small soda or juice bottle
Tape
Scissors
Decorating supplies
Extra cardboard
Scholarships are available for financial need, just ask. Troop leaders, we’re happy to schedule a workshop just for your troop so they can have a shared experience. Just contact us to schedule.
LabSpaceRobotics@gmail.com

 

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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 1: Paddle Boat Design

  • June 3, 2021, CDT
    6:30 pm CDT - 7:15 pm CDT

Tuition: $6

Build a fun paddle boat that you can play with in the tub or pool! We’ll use recyclables to build a cool boat powered by elastic potential energy as we explore the engineering design process.
Supplies needed: Duct tape, BBQ skewers or pencils or chopsticks or dowels, rubber bands, scissors
To make the paddle: flat plastic cut from a milk jug or other recyclable or a foam tray from vegetables or fruit, or popscicle sticks, or plastic spoons
Body of Boat: water bottle, plastic dish like those from deli meat, milk or juice carton.
Scholarships are available for financial need, just ask. Troop leaders, we’re happy to schedule a workshop just for your troop so they can have a shared experience.

 

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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 1: Paddle Boat Design

  • May 5, 2021, CDT
    4:30 pm CDT - 5:15 pm CDT

Tuition: $6

Build a fun paddle boat that you can play with in the tub or pool! We’ll use recyclables to build a cool boat powered by elastic potential energy as we explore the engineering design process.
Supplies needed: Duct tape, BBQ skewers or pencils or chopsticks or dowels, rubber bands, scissors
To make the paddle: flat plastic cut from a milk jug or other recyclable or a foam tray from vegetables or fruit, or popscicle sticks, or plastic spoons
Body of Boat: water bottle, plastic dish like those from deli meat, milk or juice carton.
Scholarships are available for financial need, just ask. Troop leaders, we’re happy to schedule a workshop just for your troop so they can have a shared experience.

 

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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 3: Crane Design Challenge

  • March 25, 2021, CDT
    6:45 pm CDT - 7:30 pm CDT

 

Live, online class
Tuition: $6
We’ll be building a crane that has a crank to raise and lower the arm and a cool mechanism for turned the load from side to side! No kits here…we’ll be using recyclables!
Materials Needed:
Pencil (it will become part of the crane)
Ruler
scissors
Sturdy box for base
Heavy pieces of card board
Tool for poking holes in cardboard
String or yarn
2 sturdy plastic cups (we’ll use McDonald’s cups we recycled)
Tape (masking or duct)
a small container to attach to the crane to hold the items to be lifted.
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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 2: Balloon Car

  • March 18, 2021, CDT
    6:45 pm CDT - 7:15 pm CDT
Live, online class
Tuition: $6
Join us as we work to engineer a balloon powered car! You will complete the requirements for the Junior Mechanical Engineering Badge 2.
Supplies needed:
Wheels – these could be cut from cardboard, lids, CD’s
Axels- BBQ Skewers would very well. You’ll need 2
Straws- big enough for the skewers to fit through
Balloons – not too big
Body of Car – this could be cardboard or a small soda or juice bottle
Tape
Scissors
Decorating supplies
Extra cardboard
Scholarships are available for financial need, just ask. Troop leaders, we’re happy to schedule a workshop just for your troop so they can have a shared experience. Just contact us to schedule.
LabSpaceRobotics@gmail.com

 

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ExpiredJunior Mechanical Engineering Badge 1: Paddle Boat Design

  • March 11, 2021, CST
    6:45 pm CST - 7:15 pm CST

Tuition: $5

Build a fun paddle boat that you can play with in the tub or pool! We’ll use recyclables to build a cool boat powered by elastic potential energy as we explore the engineering design process.
Supplies needed: Duct tape, BBQ skewers or pencils or chopsticks or dowels, rubber bands, scissors
To make the paddle: flat plastic cut from a milk jug or other recyclable or a foam tray from vegetables or fruit, or popscicle sticks, or plastic spoons
Body of Boat: water bottle, plastic dish like those from deli meat, milk or juice carton.
Scholarships are available for financial need, just ask. Troop leaders, we’re happy to schedule a workshop just for your troop so they can have a shared experience.

 

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ExpiredJunior Robotics Badge 1 Steps 2-4

  • Junior Robotics Badge 1 steps 2-4
    January 16, 2021, CST
    5:45 am CST - 6:30 am CST
Complete steps 2, 3 and 4 of the Robotics Badge 1 for Juniors! We’ll learn about robots and what they can do. Experiment with sensors and learn how they are used in robotics, and program a robot to dance and complete a challenge.
This workshop will complete steps 2,3 and 4 for the Girl Scout Junior Robotics Badge 1. The steps may be taken in any order.
Tuition: $6

 

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