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PHOTOS: LEGO Robotics camp in Penacook

  • Zach Dutton of Weare disassembles his robot after competing against one another on the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Zach Dutton of Weare disassembles his robot after competing against one another on the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.
    (ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

  • Zach Dutton of Weare contemplates his next move after the robot he and teammate Mitchell Juneau failed to make several trips back and forth from a point on the table during a competition during the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Zach Dutton of Weare contemplates his next move after the robot he and teammate Mitchell Juneau failed to make several trips back and forth from a point on the table during a competition during the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.
    (ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

  • Tyler Campbell, 12, of Hopkinton accepts his points after the robot he built and programmed with teammate Sami Benayad successfully delivered a payload of marbles to a bin and returned to its starting place  at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Tyler Campbell, 12, of Hopkinton accepts his points after the robot he built and programmed with teammate Sami Benayad successfully delivered a payload of marbles to a bin and returned to its starting place at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.
    (ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

  • Sami Benayad of Concord lines up his robot before he and team-mate Tyler Campbell attempt a task on the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Sami Benayad of Concord lines up his robot before he and team-mate Tyler Campbell attempt a task on the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.
    (ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

  • Zach Dutton of Weare disassembles his robot after competing against one another on the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
  • Zach Dutton of Weare contemplates his next move after the robot he and teammate Mitchell Juneau failed to make several trips back and forth from a point on the table during a competition during the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
  • Tyler Campbell, 12, of Hopkinton accepts his points after the robot he built and programmed with teammate Sami Benayad successfully delivered a payload of marbles to a bin and returned to its starting place  at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
  • Sami Benayad of Concord lines up his robot before he and team-mate Tyler Campbell attempt a task on the last day of Lego robotics camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook; Friday, July 19, 2013.<br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

Instead of spending the week at home or outside in the heat, 10 middle-schoolers went to robotics camp. Longtime science teachers and LEGO Robotics mentors Brewster and Michele Bartlett directed the camp at TEAMS Charter School in Penacook.

Above left: Sami Benayad of Concord lines up his robot before he and teammate Tyler Campbell attempt a task yesterday.

Top right: Campbell, 12, of Hopkinton accepts his points after his robot successfully delivered a load of marbles to a bin.

Right center: Zach Dutton of Weare contemplates his next move after the robot he and teammate Mitchell Juneau built failed to make several trips back and forth across a table.

Above right: Dutton disassembles his robot.

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