Robots take over Humboldt

Humboldt Middle School students took household items and let their imaginations run wild in creating an assortment of robotic characters. The exercise illustrated the power of engaging students in creative ways.

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April 30, 2020 - 10:40 AM

Mason Sterling took a friendly but traditional approach with his robot, spraypainting boxes and plastic cups. Courtesy photo

HUMBOLDT — Cardboard boxes. Paper plates, plastic cups and disposable utensils. Legos. Rusted metal springs and pop cans.

Those items may not sound like robot material, but that’s exactly what sixth grade students in Humboldt used for a special project designed to keep them reading during these weeks of distance learning.

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