Robots take over Bentley school

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Mrs. Kimmel’s class at Bentley School wrapped up their unit on mechanisms that use electricity. The grade 5 students created cardboard robots that included eyes that light up and a motorized component. They could choose to create a series or a parallel circuit to light and power their robot. (Submitted)Mrs. Kimmel’s class at Bentley School wrapped up their unit on mechanisms that use electricity. The grade 5 students created cardboard robots that included eyes that light up and a motorized component. They could choose to create a series or a parallel circuit to light and power their robot. (Submitted)

Mrs. Kimmel’s class at Bentley School wrapped up their unit on mechanisms that use electricity. The grade 5 students created cardboard robots that included eyes that light up and a motorized component. They could choose to create a series or a parallel circuit to light and power their robot. (Submitted)

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