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Riley uses a simple coding program called Adafruit to help with these high-tech creations.
“It’s not that hard. It’s just… You take these blocks, which they have different things, and you connect them like a puzzle piece,” Riley shows us.
The 4-H program also has an intro to Lego Robotics.
“They’ll have you build the robots and have you code them with that same type of layout,” Riley says.
Melinda Pollen is the Brown County 4-H Youth Development Educator. She says it’s important to teach middle school students how STEM provides an opportunity for them.
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