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                  Amazing CyberDroids Program

The CyberKids Robotics CyberDroids program teaches students in grades four through twelve how to program a "humanoid" robot to do everyday human tasks.  A group of 4th & 5th grade students from Sherwood Elementary School in Gastonia, NC programmed their robot to do a "cool" dance routine.   Check out the video below.

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CyberDrones !

CyberKids Robotics is pleased to announce our newest robotics education program..CyberDrones!  The future of robotics and innovation will involve drone technology.  Through our new CyberDrones program, students in grades six through twelve will be introduced to the world of "flying robots".  Your students will learn navigation, GPS technology, common aerodynamic concepts and autopilot technology.  At the end of the program, your students will compete in an exciting "drone robot" competition.


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LEGO Robot Competition Teams
CyberKids Robotics is a non-profit organization specializing in the creation and education of robotics competition teams for students in grades four through eight.  We provide "turnkey" programs for schools all across North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia.  Now is the time to get your new robotics team started for the upcoming school year.

The new theme of the 2015 - 2016 school year is Trash Trek.  Your robotics team will research how technology and robotics can help reduce or eliminate trash.  Now is the perfect time to get your robotics team created and working toward competing in next year's State Robotics Championship.

Learn more about the exciting robotics program at Cornelius Elementary School.  Your school can have a robotics competition program just like this. 

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Advanced FTC Robotics Program

CyberKids Robotics is now offering an Advanced FTC Robotics Program for middle and high school students.  Students design a robot from "scratch".  Once their robot is designed, each robotics team will build and program the robot to solve a series of challenges against other robots.

Watch the brief video below to learn more about our exciting FTC Robotics Program.  Click on the Advanced FTC Robotics tab for more information.


CyberKids Robotics

PO Box 549
Lenoir, NC 28645

(828) 292-2393
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