BAYONNE, NJ - The Bayonne Public Library will host a robotics program for up to 30 children ages nine through 12 on Monday, July 22. The program will begin at 1:30 p.m.
According to Mayor Jimmy Davis and Library Director JP Porcaro, the STEM-inspired program will use OzoBlocky, a block-based visual editor program, and use tiny smart robots called Ozobots to create different landscapes and games. By learning to code children will be introduced to computer science.
Registration for the program begins in the Children’s Room of the library on Monday, July 15 and will continue until Friday, July 19, or until the program is filled.
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